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ORACLE 




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randolph high school 



TURNER FREE LIBRARY 




As the final pages of our four years together at Randolph are at last assembled, there 
dawns within us the realization that although we have missed for this little while your 
guiding hand, it has been the spirit of your inspiration that has presided over our every 
accomplishment, that has stood with us as with every senior class until the last 
memory has been recorded. 

In recognition of this insipration, we, the seniors of Randoloh High School, together 
with uncounted seniors of the past, humbly dedicate to you MISS PATRICIA GALVIN 

your ORACLE. 




RP5P 



PRESENTING THE ORACLE 




standing: Mrs. Tierney, Beverly Vaughan, Miss Fitzgerald. Left to Right, Seated: 
Mary Webber, Ralph Simmons, Joseph Garvey, Doris Christensen, Richard Vogel, 
Kenneth Knox, Armand Lienard, Neil Condlin. 

The Editors, Advisors And Their Girl - Fridays 



ORACLE STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief, Richard Vogel. 



Literary Editor, Kenneth Knox. 

Literary Staff 

Jacqueline Tooze 
Betty Church 
Anne Johnson 
Ann Jablonski 
Mary Webber 
Frank Roberts 
Joseph Haley 
James Fitzgerald 
Paul Daly 
Joan Vaughn 

Typists 

Judith MacDonald 
Judith LaFarge 
Jane Crompton 

Business Assistants 

Mary Jane Brennan 
Patricia LaBrecque 
Patricia Kemmitt 



Business Manager 

Joseph Garvey, Ralph Simmons 

Sandra Anderson 

Photography Business 

Neal Condlon 

Candids — Armand Lienard 

Art Editor 

Doris Christensen 

Staff 

Robert Bustard 
Charles Kadrievis 

Publicity 

Beverly Vaughan 
Valerie Trischitta 

Booster 

Judith Doherty 
Joyce McKeeman 
Edith Sorentino 



WHO'S 
WHO... 




LITERARY STAFF 

Standing Left to Right: Betty Church, Joan Vaughn, Frank Robert, George Sullivan, 
Paul Daly, Armand Lienard, Jim Fitzgerald, Anne Johnson, Sheila Smith. 
Sitting Left to Right: Gloria Mello, Carol Monti, Mary Jane Brennan, Joseph Haley, 
Carol Hetherington, Richard Vogel, Kenneth Know, Jackie Tooze, Anne GuHck, Pa- 
tricia Kemmitt, Mary Webber. 



...IN THE ORACLE 




BUSINESS STAFF 

Top Row, Left to Rig:ht: R. Caion, J. 
Anderson, B. Leombruno, D. Doxon, C. 
D'Amelio, J. Cadematori, D. McNeil, J. 
Walsh, D. Brown, P. Poehlman, J. 
Caulfield, T. Isaac. 2nd Row:, Left to 
Right: J. Keddy, M. Toflfoloni, J. 
Doherty, A. Gulick, M. J. Brennan, A. 
Feehery, J. LaFarge, B. Handrahan, M. 
Camelio, J. Swanson, C. Cederholm, P. 
Fern. 3rd Row, Left to Right: L. 
Peters, P. Alden, J. Harlow, V. Kan- 
giser, P. Kemmitt, P. LaBrecque, B. 
Jaeobsen, J. MacDonald, E. Burns, J. 
McKeeman, N. Staples. 4th Row, Left 
to Right: M. Lambiase, D. DeBoer, E. 
Sorrentino, M. Webber, N. Condlin, R. 
Simmons, J. Garvey, S. Anderson, V. 
Tvischitta, M. McNulty. 



ART, PUBLICITY, AND BOOSTER 
STAFFS 

Top Row, left to Right: K. Wallace, J. 
Anderson, R. Bustard, R. Simmons. 2nd 
Row, Left to Right: B. Handrahan, S. 
Smith, J. Fenton, R. Hayward, G. 
Cederholm, A. Johnson, A. Jablonski, 
V. Kangiser, M. Camelio, S. Anderson. 
3rd Row, Left to Right: S. Schneider, 
L. Peters, D. Marino, J. McKeeman, J. 
Harlow, P. LaBrecque, P. Kemmitt, J. 
LaFarge, J. Keddy, M. Lambiase. 4th 
Row, Left to Right: A. Gulick, N. 
Ahlfont, J. Swanson, D. Christensen, 
B. Vaughan, J. Doherty, E. Sorrentino, 
P. Fern, V. Trischitta, J. Alden. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Dedication 2 

The ORACLE Staff 3 

Message From Mr. Gilgan 6 

Congratulations From Mr. Warren 7 

Message From Mr. Lynch 8 

Seniors' Farewell 9 

Acknowledgments 12 

Faculty 13 

Open Letter To Our Parents 18 

The Senior Class 20 

Class Prophecy 35 

Senior Superlatives 38 

Class Will 40 

Baby Pictures 42 

Senior Serenade 44 

The Junior Class 46 

The Sophomore Class 48 

The Freshman Class 50 

Congratulations 52 

Activities . . . -. 53 

Honor Society 61 

Randy, 1958 62 

Shop 63 

Candid Calendar 64 

Athletics 65 

Junior High School 73 

Our Advertisers 81 




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Mr. Hubert F. Gilgan, 

Principal of Randolph High School 



A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRINCIPAL 



TO THE CLASS OF 1958: 

To write a message such as this is a very difficult thing to do, as it obviously infers 
the end of the very pleasant association of the past six years and my memories of this 
class will always be on the happy side. 

I would like to have you leave Randolph High School with this thought in your 
minds. Even though for many of you, graduation means the end of your formal educa- 
tion, whether you continue on in school or not, learning, as such, never ends, and each 
one of you will grow mentally in proportion to the effort you put into your endeavors. 
Success is a thing we all reach for, regardless of our field of endeavor; success is not 
easily obtained, since it always means hard work, even to doing things that are difficult 
or unpleasant. It's all part of the job. I believe one of the marks of the successful man 
is his willingness to do things which no one else will do. 

So, to each of you, I say, do your very best, put your faith in God and may life 
hold nothing but the best for you. 



HUBERT F. GILGAN, 
Principal. 



MR. THOMAS L. WARREN 

Superintendent of Schools 




AND OUR SUPERINTENDENT 



Congratulations to you, your parents and your teachers upon the successful com- 
pletion of your public school education. All three groups are worthy of commendation, 
for it has been the teamwork of all which has culminated in this happy occasion. 

The measure of success which you will enjoy in your chosen field of endeavor will 
greatly depend upon the degree to which you have applied yourself to your high school 
studies, and also upon the effort in the years to come. 

The world into which you are entering contains great opportunities for those of 
you who are willing to persevere in your efforts and to forego the temptation of out- 
side pleasures until you have diligently worked to prepare yourself for your life's work. 

This is the challenge to you — to prove to all, and particularly to those of us who 
know you, and who have faith in you, that you and your fellows are capable of great 
accomplishment, sufficient indeed, to raise our country and the world to a better stand- 
ard of living, of peace and of happiness. 

I wish you all Godspeed, and remember always, we are ever ready to help you 
whenever possible even though you are no longer students of the Randolph Public 
Schools. 



THOMAS L. WARREN 
Supt. of Schools. 




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CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE 
SENIORS 



WILLIAM J. LYNCH 

Asst. Supt. of Schools 



To the members of the Class of 1958: This publication of the Oracle will have 
special meaning for you through all the years to come. It will be peculiarly your own 
book, a record of your achievements at Randolph High School, and a pictorial presenta- 
tion of the activities in which you and your friends have engaged. This year marks not 
only the completion of a significant unit of study for you, but the launching of your 
career into another setting, when you will seek to apply the knowledge you have gain- 
ed and the skills you have developed for your own best self-realization and in the ser- 
vice of mankind. 

We have pride in your accmoplishments and faith in your future. You will render 
the best service to your school if you carry its ideals of learning. Virtue and Faith in 
the ultimate goodness of life, which should become characteristics animating your en- 
tire course of action. 

Randolph High School now puts its future into your hands, confident that you will 
maintain a high degree of loyalty to your school, and that leadership in a critical 
generation is well placed in your hands. 

This message conveys my warm personal regards and my abiding good wishes to 
you all, always. 



WILLIAM J. LYNCH 

Asst. Supt. of Schools. 




VE ATQUE VALE 



As you stand again on my threshold, seniors of 1958, where 
once you stood four years ago, ready now to take the knowledge 
and experience I have given you into a bigger school called 
life, let my voice be the first to salute you, the last to say 
goodbye. I, your Alma Mater bid you the final hail and farewell. 

Amidst the multitudes of middle-aged men who go about 
their vocations in a daily coui-se, determined for them in much 
the same way as the tie of their cravats, there are always a few 
who thought once to shape their own deeds and alter the world 
a little. As this senior class passes through my doorway and 
steps into a world bathed in the eerie light of passing satellites, 
do its graduates realize that they must not waste their time 
with introspective thoughts as to what they can accomplish ? 
Do you, my graduates realize that the accomplishments begin 
now with every forward step you take? 

In the light of the recent advances which have taken place 
in almost every area of human progress, the senior of true 
perception arrives at the conviction that imitation is ignorance. 
I, your Alma Mater, ai-dently hope that you of the class of '58 



will not be molded after the average, that you will seek to rise 
above unthinking masses and direct your lives that you may in 
some way contribute to a world that gave you life. 

I remember you as the freshmen who fancied yourselves the 
epitome of maturity, who believed that you had reached the 
culmination of your education. Now you realize that your high 
school career is but one important phase of your learning 
process. Be eternally grateful to your educators for having been 
part of the molding of your future. Strive, in my name, to 
cultivate and to preserve the high ideals given you so unsel- 
fishly here. 

Leave my halls and classrooms, but never my standards. You 
are my sons and daughters, my product and my pride. Where 
you go, my name goes with you — bear it well. 



RICHARD VOGEL, '58 
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PROUD PARENTS 



Mr. & Mrs. Angus R. MacDonaf 

Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Marino 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Simmons 

Mr. & Mrs. Alton LaBrecque 

Mrs. Dorothy Kemmitt 

Mr. & Mrs. Max V. Gulick 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Wiehe 

Mr. & Mrs. James A. F. Cademartori 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Daly 

Rev. & Mrs. Frederick Knox 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Jablonski 

Mr. & Mrs. Myron E. Hayward, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Ahlfont 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Byam 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick C. McKeeman 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Cutler 

Mrs. Ruth M. Vaughn 

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Burns 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond M. Pineo 

Mr. & Mrs. Russell Dixon 

Mr. & Mrs. Luciano J. Toffoloni 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis H. Roberts 

Mr. & Mrs. George Sullivan 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Rozen 

Mr. & Mrs. George Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. I. Cassagrande 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo P. Brown 

Mrs. Gertrude Brennan 

Mr. & Mrs. George Crompton 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Leahy 

Mr. & Mrs. George Tooze 

Mr. Thomas Healey 

Mr. & Mrs. William Weeks 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard MacDonald 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Schneider 

Mr. Carl Bustard 

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene F. McNulty 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Poehlman 

Mr. & Mrs. Violet E. Magnussen 

Mr. & Mrs. Ambrose Hanrahan 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo Jacobsen 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles LaFarge 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. Keddy 

Mr. & Mrs. Hilding Cederholm 

Mr. & Mrs. John Baldner 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry M. Walsh 

Mr. & Mrs. Alexander J. Forgione 

Mr. & Mrs. George H. White 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold J. McAuliffe 
Mr. & Mrs. Armand Lienard 




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Mrs. Marjorie LaFratta 
Mr. & Mrs. Earl D. Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Vaughn 
Mr. & Mrs. Alsan B. Alden 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Scannell 
Mr. & Mrs. S. Sorrentino 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Eddy 
Mr. & Mrs. C. A. Svi^anson 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald McNeil 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. O'Meara 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Ledig 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Leomburno 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Walsh 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Lorin Fenton 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Fern 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Lambiase 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Larsen 
Mr. & Mrs. Nick Kadrevis 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Caulfield 
Mr. & Mrs. John Cohen 
Mr. & Mrs. Carroll Wentzell 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Dolan 
Mrs. Julia Keane 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Hansen 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Shea 
Mr. & Mrs. John Mello 
Mr. & Mrs. James Fitzgerald 
Mr. & Mrs. George W. Harlow 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Feeherry 
Dr. & Mrs. S. J. Wasserman 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter P. Camelio 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Ruddick 
^Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Haley, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Garvey 
Mrs. Margaret Bustard 
Mr. & Mrs. Defelice 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Saunders 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Hetherington 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Webber 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Duffy 
Mr. & Mrs. George J. McNulty 
Mr. & Mrs. Santo Del Signore 
Mr. & Mrs. William Doherty 
Mr. & Mrs. Victor C. Trischitta 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph P. Condlin j 
Mr. & Mrs. Shepperd Lesser 
Mr. & Mrs. Axel B. Christensen 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter J. Vogel 
Mr. & Mrs. Scibetta 



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Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney, Reading, Business Advisor to the 
Oracle. 




Miss Mary Lou FitzGerald, English, Advisor to the Oracle, 
Advisor to the Senior Cheerleaders. 



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^ne Oracle Says.. 



"THANK YOU" 



It vcas a cold day in January when Mr. Gilgan, letter in 
hand, brought us the sad news. Miss Galvin, guiding star of 
The ORACLE for so long that no one had the slightest 
knowledge of its inner workings, would not be able to re- 
turn to school in time to direct the 1958 issue. A "crash" 
program went into effect immediately : old files were rifled, 
new ideas recruited, all seniors marshalled, and the battle 
was on. Three months behind schedule. 

Now as we sit back to read our finished product, a little 
proud, a little apprehensive, a very lucky senior class extends 
warm thanks to the teachei-s who helped us fight the war 
against time and inexperience. We know that as much of 
their enthusiasm and hard work is between these covers 
as there is of our memories, ideas and aspirations. For help- 
ing us to assemble the threads of four long years into a 
yearbook that is truly ours, we say thank you to : 

Mr. Gilgan, first of all, for the complete backing, en- 
couragement and confidences he gave us. Without him, there 
would be no ORACLE. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney who spent interminable hours 
over ads, pledges, bills and receipts, who taught us our "sales 
manners," recorded our debts and our assets, engineered our 
cake sale, helped us to make more money than we ever 
dreamed possible and then treated us to a "coffee hour" of 
celebration when our quotas, and strength, were at an 
end . . . 

Miss Mary Lou FitzGerald who took over the entire set- 
up of the book, met with photogi-aphers and printers, ar- 
ranged for pictures, edited all the written material, chased 
us to classes when we had given up our lives to meet a 
deadline, and sent us, rejoicing to press . . . 

To Miss Winifred Brennan who put at our disposal the 
entire efficient operation of her department along with her 
own invaluable advice on such matters as letters, bills, lists, 
typing, duplicating, records, and all the thousand and one 
aspects of business that we could never have done alone . . . 

To Mr. Samuel Polio, whose creative genius is a never- 
ending source of wonder to us, and inspiration to our staff, 
for the encouragement of his magic touch, the help of his 
unique ideas and those many indefinable details that have 
resulted, we think, in one of the most original yearbooks 
Randolph High has ever seen . . . 

To all of you, THE ORACLE says thank you. 



Miss Winifred Brennan, Chairman, Business Department, Of- 
fice Practice, Guidance, Advisor to the Senior Class, Asst. Advisor 
to the Oracle. 




Mr. Samuel Polio, Chairman, Art Department, 
Mechanical Drawing, Free-Hand Drawing, Pho- 
tography, Advisor to the Camera Club, Asst. Ad- 
visor, Randy Awards, Asst. Advisor to the Oracle. 



"TO THE OFFICE NOW..." 



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Remember how you waited for your name, 
searched your conscience or crossed your fingers 
when you heard those words? Mr. Powderly, the 
voice of authority. The man behind the pass. If 
we trembled as freshmen, as seniors we smile and 
salute MR. CYRIL POWDERLY, our assistant 
principal and our friend. 




Miss Marion Diemond: Bookkeeping 1 & 2 
School Lunch Records. 



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Mr. Nathaniel Harmon : Bookkeeping 1 ; 
Junior Business Training ; Treasurer, 
Activity Funds. 



Mrs. Catherine Saba : Typewriting 1 & 2 ; 
Typist— Athletics. 




Miss Patricia Getch : General Business, 
Consumer Education and Salesmanship : 
Assitant Jr. Class Advisor. 



Mr. James Santry : Business Education De- 


Arthur J. 


Lynch : 


Business 


partment ; Advisor 1 Student Council, 2 


Arithmetic ; 


Business 


Advisor — 


Booster Club. 


Banner. 








OUR COUNSELLORS 




Eleanor M. Kelly: English; Junior Class 
Advisor. 



Martha M. Foley: English 9th Grade; Head Eleanor Brewster: Junior English; Senior 

of English Department ; Advisor to Ban- Class Pictures. 

ner. 



Katherine Schomer: Home Economics; 
F.H.A. ; Assistant to Senior Class Advisor. 




Paul Lehtinen : Algebra, Geometry, Trigo 
nomentry, Solid Trigonometry. 



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AND FRIENDS 




Peter J. Chrisom : World History— U. S. 
History; Track Coach, Publicity Club Di- 
rector. 



Thomas R. Drey, Jr.: Algebra 1, Geom- Alvin M. White: Modern Problems; United 
etry ; English 3 ; Assistant Ptlblicity. States History ; Director of Audio-Visual 

Aids ; Librarian ; "Randy," Chess Club. 



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William G. Garnett: General Science; As- 
sistant — Science Fair. 




Francis C. O'Brien : U. S. History ; Varsity 
Baseball Coach ; Chairman of Good Gov- 
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John B. Silk: Civics; Basketball Coach. 



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Albert J. Arsenault, Jr.: French 1; Fresh- 
man Class Advisor. 



George Edward Crimmins: Physics; Chem- 
istry ; Public Speaking Club ; Future 
Teachers of America. 



Thomas Harrington: Latin; Class Rings; 
Assistant to Senior Class Advisor. 




Margaret M. O'Neil : Advanced 
French ; Sophomore Class Advisor. 



Vincent Joyal : Biology ; Science 
Pair ; Tennis. 



Respected, revered 



Margaret P. Grant: Biology; 
Science Fair Committee; Assistant 
to Senior Class Advisor. 



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Mrs. Jean M. Noblin: English 1; Ass't 
Advisor of Freshman Class ; R.H.S. Rep- 
resentative on Staff of "Our Public 
Schools." 




Mr. Joseph W. Daly: Guidance Director; 
Director of National Honor Society. 



Mr. Philip M. Saba : Driver Education ; 
Head Football Coach. 



and Remembered 



Mr. Joseph J. Zapustas: Director of 
Physical Education and Athletics. 



Mrs. Thomasine K. Ross: Physical 
Education ; Girl's Sports. 








Mrs. Mary K. Nelson : Secretary to 
Mr. Gilgan. 



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AN OPEN LETTER 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President, Ralph Simmons; Vice-President, Mary Jane 
Brennan; Secretary, Ann Gulick; Treasurer, Neal Condlin. 

To These We Looked For Leadership 



The philosophy of education in Randolph High -School 
stresses a preparation of each student for the role of citizen- 
ship he must assume when he leaves the classroom behind. One 
of the first and most precious responsibilities we will face is 
the selection of our own political representatives. We feel that 
our years of training have not been wasted, that we know what 
qualities to look for in our leaders of the future, that we have 



proved our growing maturity of judgment by the seniors we 
have chosen to lead us here. 

Randolph High is proud that it has produced, not only 
students who have proved their ability to choose wisely and 
follow well, but also students who can lead wisely and represent 
well. 



OUR CLASS 
LEADERS 



SENIOR MEMBF.RS OF STUDENT COUNCIL— 

Standing: Armand Lienard, Paul Daly. Sitting; 
Mary Webber, Kevin Wallace. 




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NANDINE AHLFONT (Nan) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 2, 3, 4 ; Chat 'n Chew Club 
3; F.H.A. 1, 2; Oracle Staff 4; 
Fashion Show 2, 4 ; Softball 1 : 
Chorus 1, 2: Music Festival 2; 
Office Staff 4. 

Here is a girl that will never 
be blue with all the good things 
she is able to do. 





JEAN ALDEN (Peggy) 

Curriculunn Business : Oracle 
Staff 4 ; Cheerleading 3, 4 ; 
Chorus 2, 3, 4 ; Festivals 2, 3, 
4 ; Concerts 2, 3, 4 ; Representa- 
tive to All State Chorus 4 ; 
Booster Club 2, 3, 4 ; Banner 
Staff 2, 3 ; SEMSBA 4. 

Personality, charm and a smile 
a yard wide; That's Peggy, the 
vibrant, our '58 pride. 



BRUCE ANDERSON (Bruce) 

Curriculum College; Band 1, 2, 
3, 4 ; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Dra- 
matic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Drill 
Team 1; SEMSBA 2, 3, 4; All 
State Music Festival 3, 4 ; Dra- 
ma Festival 2, 3, 4 ; Curtain 
Going- Up 3. 

He likes the girls — they like his 
style; life looks at him and 
wears a smile. 





JOHN ANDERSON (Johnny) 

Curriculum College ; Oracle 
Staff 3, 4 ; Booster Club 3, 4 ; 
Football 1, 2 ; Baseball 1, 2 ; 
Track 2 ; Public Speaking Club 
.4 ; Basketball 1 ; "Randy" Alge- 
bra 1 ; Randy Nominee Latin 
and English 1. 

Cheerful and active with talent 
to spare; Look for success and 
our Johnny is there. 



SANDRA ANDERSON (Sandy) 

Curriculum College ; Band 1, 2 ; 
Chorus 1, 2 ; Booster Club 3, 4 ; 
Public Speaking 4 ; Dramatic 
Club 3 : Curtain Going Up 3 ; 
Oracle Staff 4 ; Festivals 1, 2 ; 
Concerts 1, 2 ; Softball 3. 

Just as good natured in sun- 
shine or snow ; When Sandy 
comes by all your troubles will 
go. 





JOHN BALDNER (Johnny) 

Curriculum General ; Booster 
Club 4. 

The quietness is what you see; 
But underneath. He's TNT. 



FRED BOOMHOWER 
(Boom-Boom) 

Curriculum College ; Transfer 
from Mission High 3 ; Football 
3, 4 ; Booster Club 4 ; Track 4 ; 
Baseball 4 ; Chorus 3 ; Guidance 
Staff 4. 

Quiet at times, but he well earns 
his fame; His talents on field 
are a part of his name. 






DENNIS BRENNAN (Dennie) 

Curriculum General ; Booster 
Club 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 4; 
Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Key 
Club 4. 

There's more to him than meets 
the eye; Real worth will lift his 
banner high. 



MARY JANE BRENNAN 

(M. J.) 

Curriculum Business ; Basketball 
3, 4 ; Booster Club 2, 3, 4 ; 
F.H.A. 1 ; Student Exchange 4 ; 
Student Council 1 ; Class Vice- 
President 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; 
Softball 1, 2. 

A leader who sparkles, a girl 
with a will; Works hard for 
her school and enjoys herself 
still. 






DAVID BROWN (Brownie) 

Curriculum College ; Student 
Council 1, 2, 3 ; Vice-President 
of Student Council 3, Secretary 

2, Treasurer 1 : Booster Club 2, 

3, 4 ; Basketball 1, 2 ; Football 
1 ; Chat 'n Chew Club 4 ; Oracle 
Staff 4 ; President of Class 1. 

As likeable a fellow as ever we 
knew ; A well chosen leader and 
friend that's true blue. 



ELAINE BURNS (Dutch!) 

Curriculum Business : SEMSBA 
1, 2, 3, 4 ; Twiiler 1, 2, 3, 4 : 
Oracle Staff 4 ; F.H.A. 1 : Boost- 
er Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1. 

She twirls the blues away with 
ease; And wears the smile most 
sure to please. 



ROBERT BUSTARD (Bob) 

Curriculum College; Booster 
Club 4 ; Honor Society 3, 4 ; 
Photography 3 ; Railroad Club 
1 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science Fair 
Committee 2 ; Candidate for 
Boys' State 3. 

With talent, life will sometimes 
bless; the ones who make them 
real success. 



JAMES CADEMARTORI (Jim) 

Curriculum College ; Dramatic 
Club 2, 3 ; The Robe 2 ; Curtain 
Going Up 3 ; Library Staff 4 ; 
Booster Club 4 ; Drill Team 1 ; 
Oracle Staff 4 ; Winter Concert 
3. 

Behind the scenes or out on 
stage; his help has scored our 
memories page. 



RICHARD CARON (Richy) 

Curriculum College; Baseball 2, 
Booster Club 4 ; Dramatic Club 
2 ; The Robe 2 ; Drill Team 1 ; 
Oracle Staff 4. 

It's good to know in care and 
strife; A friend who finds the 
fun in life. 



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JOSEPH CAULFIELD (Bit^dy) 

Curriculum College ; Baseball 1, 
2,3,4; Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Foot- 
ball 1 ; Track 3, 4 ; Photography 
4 ; Banner Staff 4 ; Oracle Staff 
4 ; Booster Club 3, 4. 

1/ laughter could be everything; 
His very words would make him 
king. 






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JOHN BUSTARD (Red) 



Curriculum 
raphy Club 



College ; Photog- 
; Booster Club 3, 4. 



He worries not, has not a care; 
When fun is high, you'll find 
him there. 



RAYMOND BYAM (Ray) 

Curriculum General ; Science 
Club 1 ; Booster Club 4 ; Drill 
Team 1 ; Railroad Club 1. 

"Well-liked," "The Best," each 
vote the same; When from the 
ranks they choose his name. 



MARGARET CAMELIO 

(Margie) 

Curriculum General ; Dramatic 
Club 1,2,3; The Robe 3 ; Ban- 
ner Staff 1, 2,3,4; Class Sec- 
retary 1 ; Booster Club 3, 4 ; 
Future Nurse's Club 4 ; Oracle 
Staff 4 ; Guidance Staff 3 ; 
F.H.A. 1. 

Working, smiling to the end; 
Loyal ever — liere's a friend. 



GARY CASAGRANDE (Cass) 

Curriculum General ; Baseball 3. 
4 ; Basketball 2 ; Science Fair 
Committee 3. 

Where there's a will, there's a 
way; He has them both, seniors 
say. 



CAROL CEDERHOLM (Carol) 

Curriculum Business : Basketball 
1, 2, 3 ; Softball 1 ; Oracle Staff 
3, 4 ; Randy Nominee 1, 3. 

A pair of dimples we'll all see; 
Forever in dear memory. 



ELIZABETH CHURCH (Betty) 

Curriculum Business ; Twirling 
1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 3, 4 ; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Music Festi- 
val 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; 
Concerts 1, 2, 3, 4 : Publicity 
Staff 4 ; Office Staff 4. 

A roguish srin, a pretty tune; 
her lucky star will triumph 
soon. 





DORIS CHRISTENSEN (Chris) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; Chorus 3 ; Library 
Staff 1, 2 ; F.H.A. 1, 2 ; Oracle 
Staff 4 ; Oracle Art Editor 4 ; 
Randy Nominee 1, 2. 

Here is a girl full of art and 
grace; gentle and good and fair 
as lace. 



JOHN COHEN (Coe) 

Curriculum College ; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; Railroad Club 1 ; 
Randy Nominee 2 ; Basketball 1. 

He never asks, much less de- 
mands; just takes success be- 
tween his hands. 



NEAL CONDLIN (Neal) 

Curriculum College ; Drill Team 
1 ; Class Vice-President 1, 2 ; 
Class Treasurer 4 ; Oracle Staff 
4 ; Oracle Photography Editor 
4 ; Track Team 2, 4 ; General 
Business Representative 3 : Sen- 
ior Variety Show 1. 

For pep, for laughs, for school — • 
he's there; With crowds of 
friends he's everywhere. 



CYNTHIA BUTLER (Cindy) 

Curriculum Business ; Transfer 
from Revere 3 ; Booster Club 4. 

Glad to have her happy ways; 
Share our final high school days. 








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JOHN COLLINS (Jack) 

Curriculum General ; Booster 
Club 4; Railroad Club 1. 

His smile a part of every day ; 
a general favorite all the way. 



JANE CROMPTON (Jane) 

Curriculum Business ; F.H.A. 1, 
2, 3, 4 ; F.H.A. Secretary 3 ; 
Honor Society 3, 4 ; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; 
Randy Winner 1, 2 ; Spelling 
Award 2. 

Her quiet talk and gentle ways; 
Won for her eternal praise. 



CARMEN D'AMELIO (Carmen) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 4 ; Chorus 1, 2, 3 ; Dra- 
matic Club 3 ; Oracle Staff 4. 

Life can be fun and a joke's 
worth a lot; May we never for- 
get all the laughter he brought. 



PAUL DALY (Legs) 

Curriculum College ; Oracle 
.Staff 3, 4; Banner Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1, 2, 3, 4 ; Booster Club 3, 4 ; 
Student Exchange 4 ; Boy's 
State 3 : Honor Society 3, 4 ■ 
Science Fair Committee 3 ; Key 
Club 4. 

For breaking hearts or winning 
games; There's always one that 
tops all claims. 



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DIANNE DeBOER (Di) 

Cui-riculum College ; Banner 
Staff 1 ; Band 1 ; Booster Club 
3, 4 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 : 
Father Knows Best 2 ; French 
Club 3 ; Honor Society 3, 4 ; 
Oracle Staff 4 ; Randy Nominee 
2, 3 ; Science Fair Committee 4. 

Honors crown her talents shine; 
call for fun, she's first in line. 



PERRY DeFELICE (Perry) 

Curriculum College ; Randy 
Winner. 

Take brains and talent — add the 
rest; and watch his future with 
the best. 



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WILLIAM DILLON (Billy) 

Curriculum General ; Railroad 
Club 1 ; Drill Team 1. 

Sincerely honest, true to all ; 
His name was first in mem'ry's 
call. 



JUDITH DOHERTY (Judi) 

Curriculum College ; Chorus 1 ; 
Banner Staff 2, 3, 4 ; Booster 
Club 2, 3, 4 ; Chat 'n Chew Club 
4 : Future Teachers Club 4 ; 
French Club 3 ; Library Staff 1 ; 
Oracle Staff 4 ; Oracle Booster 
Editor 4; Office Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 ; 
Science Fair Committee 4. 

For every plan she's at the 
heart; The pretty, working, 
special part. 



DANIEL DUFFY (Dan) 

Curriculum College ; Transfer 
from B. C. High 3 ; Booster 
Club 4 ; Track 4 ; Key Club 4. 

When we remember high 
school's end; We'll still be proud 
we called him a friend. 



WILLIAMS EVANS (Billy) 

Curriculum General : Science 
Club 2. 

When his future's shining 
bright; we'll remember we were 
right. 




SANTO DelSIGNORE (Sandy) 

Curriculum Business : Drill 
Team 1 ; Railroad Club 1. 

No quiet here when school's be- 
gun ; He likes life best, and 
second, fun ! 



DONALD DIXON (Don) 

Curriculum Business ; Football 
1, 2, 3, 4 ; Randy Nominee 1 : 
Chorus 3, 4 ; Festival 3, 4 ; 
Booster Club 3, 4 ; Concerts 3, 
4 : Candidate for Boys' State 3. 

Music, sports, a ready grin ; He 
seems to make success begin. 



STEPHEN DOLAN (Steve) 

Curriculum General ; Baseball 
2 : Booster Club 4 ; Drill Team 
1 ; Rifle Club 1 ; RTailroad Club 
1. 

He may seem quiet; But his eyes 
deny it. 



ROLAND EVANS (Roily) 

Curriculum College ; Science 
Club 2 ; Photography 3. 

Roland's a boy that's sure and 
steady; Like a flashlight he's 
ever-ready. 



ANN FEEHERY (Anne) 

Curriculum College ; Dramatic 
Club 1, 2, 3 : Booster Club 2, 3, 
4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; French Club 
3 ; Chat 'n Chew 4 : Future 
teachers Club 4 ; Science Fair 
Committee 4 ; Library Staff 1. 

May life for her be one sweet 
song; Her days of joy be full 
and long. 



JEAN FENTON (Jeannie) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Staff :i : 
Oracle Staff 4 ; Chorus 1 ; Randy 
Nominee 3. 

I believe I could talk all day 
and still have something more 
to say. 





PAULA FERN (Popaula) 

Curriculum Business ; Twirler 1, 
2, 3, 4 : Booster Club 4 ; Chorus 
1, 4; Winter Concert 1, 2, 3, 4. 

We found her a most delightful 
sort; A wonderful pal and a 
peach of a sport. 



JAMES FITZGERALD (Fitz) 

Curriculum College : Trans- 
ferred from Dorchester High 2 ; 
Football 2, 3, 4 ; Basketball 2. 
3, 4 ; Baseball 2. 3, 4 : Track 2, 
3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 : Booster 
Club 3, 4 : Guidance Staff 4 ; 
Chess Club 2 ; South Shore 
Football Scholastic 3, 4. 

Mighty and speedy that's your 
style; A veteran of the foot- 
ball pile. 



ROBERT FORGIONE (Bob) 

Curriculum General : Booster 
Club 2, 3. 4 : Chorus 1 : Dra- 
matic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill 
Team 1 : French Club 2, 3, 4 ; 
Library Staff 4 : Drama Festi- 
val 1, 2 : The Robe, Father 
Knows Best. 

Efficiency can win a crown ; 
When it is worn without a 
frown. 



PETER GAYNOR (Pete) 

Curriculum General : No Activi- 
ties. 

You know that here's a boy 
worth-while; There's something 
in that quiet smile. 



JOSEPH HALEY (Joe) 

Curriculum College ; Banner 
Staff 1, 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 
3, 4,- Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle 
Staff 4 ; Randy Winner 3 ; Music 
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Concerts 1, 
2. 3, 4. 

Music? Writinp'? T.-ikc your 
guess; But watch him smile 
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BRUCE FLETCHER (Fletch) 

Curriculum General ; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; Chorus 3 : Cafeteria 
Staff 4 ; Senior Dance Commit- 
tee 4 ; Senior Variety Show. 

You know how honey draws the 
bee; He draws the girls like 
that you see. 




JOSEPH GARVEY (Joe) 

Curriculum College; Baseball 1, 
2, 3. 4 ; Basketball 2. 3, 4 : 
Library Staff 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; 
Randy Winner 3. 

Joe is a boy who'll get some- 
where; He did it here, and he'll 
do it there. 



ANNE GULICK (Ann) 

Curriculum Business ; Chorus 3, 
4 ; Booster Club 2, 3, 4 ; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4 ; 
Oracle Staff 4 ; Library Staff 2 ; 
Festival 3, 4 ; Randy Winner 1, 
3 ; Mass. Girls' State 3 ; Winter 
Concerts 3, 4 ; Class Secretary 
2, 3, 4. 

If smiles were matched in 
pearls; Ann would be the rich- 
est of girls. 



BARBARA HANRAHAN 

(Barb) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; F.H.A. 1 ; Oracle 
Staff 4; Chat 'n Chew Club 1. 

May future days be bright and 
clear; As past days she has 
gladdened here. 



KATHLEEN HANSEN (Kathy) 

Curriculum Business : Trans- 
ferred from Abin^ton High 4 ; 
Booster Club 4. 

A modest little maid is she; as 
shy and sweet as she can be. 




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ROSALIE HANSEN (Rose) 

Curriculum Business : Trans- 
ferred from Abinprton Hitch 4 ; 
Oracle Staff 4 : Guidance Staff 
4 : Booster Club 4 : Chorus 4 : 
Winter and Sjiring Concert 4. 

Her hair reflects the summer 
sun; Her eyes its warmth for 
everyone. 



JUDITH HARLOW (Judy) 

Curriculum Business ; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4 ; Booster Club 2, 3, 
4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Guidance 
Staff 2. 

If pep and fun were trophies 
tall; Then Judy would have won 
them all. 





ROSEMARIE HAYWARD 

(Rosie) 

Curriculum Business : Booster 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Librar.V Staff 
2 ; Oracle Staff 4. 

A smile can say a thousand 
things; Just watch the glad- 
ness Rosie's brings. 



CAROL HETHERINGTON 
(Heather) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; Chat 'n Chew Club 4 ; 
Guidance Staff 4 ; Oracle Staff 
4 ; Winter Concert 4 ; Randy 
Nominee 1, 2 ; Cafeteria Staff 
1 ; Publicity Club 4. 

Serenity, a smile so sweet that 
troubles melt and life's com- 
plete. 





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THOMAS HEALY (Tom) 

Curriculum Vocational ; Chess 
Club 1 ; Drill Team 1. 

A better friend we never knew 
As good and wise as he is true. 



THOMAS ISAAC (Tom) 

Curriculum College : Chess Club 
4 ; Drill Team 1 : Oracle Staff 
4 ; Randy Nominee 3. 

Not a man of mighty height — 
just a mite of dynamite. 



BARBARA JACOBSEN 

(Barbs) 

Curriculum Business ; Basket- 
ball 1 ; Booster Club 1 ; Oracle 
Staff 4. 

Golden girl, she laughs her way, 
finds success in every way. 




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ANN JABLONSKI (Ann) 

Curriculum Business : Booster 
Club 2, 3, 4 ; Chat 'n Chew Club 

3 ; Cafeteria Staff 4 ; F.H.A. 2, 

4 : Library Staff 3 : Oracle Staff 
4 ; Randy Nominee 1, 2, 3 ; 
Fashion Show 2. 

Service, friendship tried and 
true; she lights the way with 
laughter too. 



ANN JOHNSON (Ann) 

Curriculum Business ; Cafeteria 
Staff 1, 2. 3 : Winter Concert 
4 : Booster Club 2, 3, 4 ; Oracle 
Staff 4. 

Always there — full of fun ; 
Chasing cares for everyone. 



BRUCE JOHNSTON 

Curriculum General ; 
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Among: grood workers choose the 
one; that's merry when the day 
is done. 




CHARLES KADREVIS 
(Charlie) 

Curriculum College ; No Activi- 
ties. 

Here's a friend we'd hate to 
lose; Just linowing him can 
cure the blues. 



VIRGINIA KANGISER (Ginny) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; F.H.A. 1 ; Library 
Staff 1, 2, 3 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; 
Randy Winner 1 : Randy Nomi- 
nee 2 ; Publicity Club 4. 

Here is a girl with a pretty 
smile; Her line of friends ex- 
tends a mile. 





JULIE KEANE (Julie) 

Curriculum Business ; 
Staff 3, 4. 



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A lady, sweet and always kind; 
leaving memories warm behind. 



JANET KEDDY (Jan) 

Curriculum Business ; Cheer- 
leader 4 ; Chorus 3, 4 ; Oracle 
Staff 4 ; Festivals 1, 2, 4 ; Win- 
ter Concert 4. 

Pretty face, eyes of blue; 
Laughter ever shining through. 



KENNETH KNOX (Ken) 

Curriculum College ; Basket- 
ball 1, 2 ; Drill Team 1 ; Randy 
Winner 2, 3 ; Boys' State 3 ; 
Honor Society 3, 4 ; Student Ex- 
change 4 ; Literary Editor of 
Oracle 4 ; Literary Staff 4. 

In leadership first, in friendship 
the best; A future assured 
ahead of the rest. 



JUDITH LaFARGE (Judy) 

Curriculum Business ; Band 1, 

2, 3, 4 ; Randy Winner 3 ; Randy 
Nominee 1 ; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 ; 
Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; All 
State Band 4; SEMBSA Band 

3, 4 ; Music Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

A song on her lips, a laugh in 
her eyes; There's music we find 
even in her goodbyes. 




PATRICIA KEMMITT (Pat) 

Curriculum Business ; F.H.A. 1 ; 
Cheerleading 4 ; Banner Staff 3, 
4; Office Staff 4; Oracle Staff 
4 ; Guidance Staff 2, 3. 

Her eyes light up like candle 
glow to watch success she start- 
ed grow. 



PATRICIA LaBRECQUE (Pat) 

Curriculum Business ; Oracle 
Staff 4 ; Booster Club 4 ; Pho- 
tography 4 ; Dramatic Club^ 1 ; 
F.H.A. 1, 2, 4 ; Chorus 1 ; Field 
Hockey 3 ; Softball 4. 

Her work for school, her smile 
for friends; A loyalty that 
never ends. 



DANIEL LaFRATTA (Danny) 



Curriculum Vocational ; 
ball 1 ; Booster Club 4. 



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He hides behind a quiet grin ; 
The love of fun that's bound to 



MARIE LAMBIASE (Re) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 2 ; F.H.A. 1 ; French Club 
2 ; Oracle Staff 4. 

A flashing: smile — a word to 
please; The certain charms that 
are Marie's. 




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JAMES LARSEN (Jan) 

Curriculum General ; Baseball 
3 ; Chess Club 4 ; Photography 4. 

School days brought him to suc- 
cess; Future signs spell happi- 
ness. 



MARGARET LEAHY (Peggy) 

Curriculum College ; Banner 
Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Editor-in-Chief 
4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4 ; Citizen-of-month 4 ; 
Library Staff 4. 

For standing on the top — the 
test is passed by only one — the 
best. 




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LAURENCE LEAVITT (Larry) 

Curriculum Business ; Band 1, 
2, 3, 4 : Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Dance 
Band 4; Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Con- 
certs 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Semsba 4 ; Chat 
'n Chew 4 ; French Club 2, 3 ; 
Booster Club 2, 3, 4. 

His music over all the years, 
will echo with our grateful 
cheers. 



HAROLD LEDIG (Harry) 

Curriculum College ; Randy 
Nominee 1 ; Science Fair Com- 
mittee 2. 

His friends are many, worries 
few ; That's how his fame and 
fortune grew. 



SHEPPARD LESSER (Shep) 

Curriculum College ; Banner 
Staff 2, 3, 4 ; Football 1, 2 ; 
Track 3 ; Dramatic Club 2, 3 ; 
The Robe 2 ; French Club 3 ; 
Randy Nominee 1, 2, 3. 

Quality cannot grow old; Writ- 
ing friendship's deeds in gold. 



PAUL MAGNUSSEN (Paul) 

Curriculum Business ; Railroa(^ 
Club 1 ; Drill Team 1 ; Rifle 
Club 1 ; Nominee for Boys' State 
3 ; Booster Club 3 ; Baseball 1 ; 
Science Fair Committee 2. 

Choose his name when you 
would know ; Where success can 
surely grow. 




WILLIAM LEOMBRUNO 
(Billy) 

Curriculum General ; Football 1, 
4 ; Basketball 2, 3, 4 ; Band 1 ; 
Booster Club 4 ; Chorus 1 ; 
Oracle Staff 4. 

Sports or fun we'll all recall; 
That Bill was there — the first 
of all. 



ARMAND LIENARD 
(Frenchie) 

Curriculum College ; Football 1 
2, 3, 4 ; Basketball 1, 2 ; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 : 
Student Council 4 ; Booster 
Club 2, 3, 4 : Student Exchange 
4 ; Photography 3, 4 ; Oracle 
Staff 4 ; Key Club 4. 

A right good sport. He plays the 
game; He leaves his name in 
our Hall of Fame. 



DORIS MARINO (Doris) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; Cafeteria 
Staff 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Deco- 
ration Committee Santa's Dream 
4. 

If shining eyes bring happiness; 
Our Doris has her first success. 



JOYCE McKEEMAN (Joy) 

Curriculum Business : Chorus 1, 
2 : Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Festi- 
val 2 : Oracle Staflf 3, 4 : Dra- 
matic Club 1 ; Cafeteria Staff 1, 
2, 3. 

Girls are nice, girls are sweet; 
but our irirl Joy has them all 
beat. 





DONALD McNElL (Sid) 

Curriculum College; Football 1, 
2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 2, 4 ; Chorus 3, 4 ; Fes- 
tival 3 ; Concert 4 ; Guidance 
Staflf 4 ; Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; 
Oracle Staflf 4. 

An athlete of renown is he; His 
fans all gather around to see. 



JEANETTE McNULTY (Jan) 

Curriculum Business : Booster 
Club 2, 3, 4 : Dramatic Club 1 : 
F.H.A. 1 : Banner Staff 1 ; 
Oracle Staff 4 ; Randy Nominee 
1 ; Cafeteria Staff 2, 3, 4. 

Shyly nice and pretty too; She 
proves what sweetness still can 
do. 





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MARILYN McNULTY (Mickie) 

Curriculum College ; Trans- 
ferred from St. Aidan's High 3 ;. 
National Honor Society 3, 4 ; 
Chat 'n Chew Club 4 ; Guidance 
Staff 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; 
Booster Club 3, 4 ; Softball 3, 4 ; 
Future Nurses 3, 4 ; Candidate 
for Girls' State 3 ; Publicity 
Club 3, 4. 

Mickie is always full of fun ; 
she laughs and smiles at every- 
one. 



GLORIA MELLO (Mice) 

Curriculum Business ; Basketball 
4 : Booster Club 1. 2, 3, 4 : Chess 
Club 1 ; Dramatic Club 1 ; 
F.H.A. 1, 2. 3 ; Guidance Staff 
3 : Oracle Staff 4 : Photography 
3 ; Oflfice Staff 4. 

Friendly, helpful and truly 
kind; Quite as nice as you will 
find. 






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DAVID MERRICK (Moose) 

Curriculum College ; Football 2, 
3, 4. Co-captain of Football 4 ; 
Booster Club 3, 4 ; Track 4. 

An athlete of force, a star of 
fame; May he succeed in life's 
great game. 



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CAROL MONTI (Monti) 

Curriculum Business : Softball 
1 ; Field Hockey 2,3,4; Basket- 
ball 2, 3 ; Chess Club 1, 2 : 
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 : Guid- 
ance Staff 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4. 

Tiny, unless there's a job to be 
done; Then here's a heart that's 
as big as the sun. 



RICHARD MacDONALD 

(Ricky) 

Curriculum Vocational ; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3 : Football 1 : Randy 
Winner 3. 

Out on the field or in the hall; 
His smile and spirit met us all. 




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JUDITH MacDONALD (Judy) 

Curriculum Business ; Twirler 
3, 4 ; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4 ; Booster Club 2, 3, 
4 ; SEMSBA 3, 4 ; Basketball 1, 
2, 3 ; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 ; Soft- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Oracle Staff 4; 
Banner Staff 2, 3, 4 ; Home- 
maker of Tomorrow 4. 

Judy's so happy, bright and 
gay; She enjoys life in a quiet 
way. 



RICHARD McAULIFFE 

(Scoop) 

Curriculum Vocational. 

True as the needle to the pole; 
straight to the top, his final 
goal. 



PAUL O'MEARA (Paul) 

Curriculum General ; Booster 3, 
4. 

If friendliness success could 

win : we'll nominate hin^ king of 

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grin. 



PETER POEHLMAN (Pete) 

Curriculum College ; Band 2 ; 
Photography 3 : Booster Club 4 ; 
Oracle Staff 4 ; Baseball 2. 

He is a man with an indepen- 
dent mind; A wiser man is hard 
to find. 



FRANK ROBERTS (Frankie) 

Curriculum College : Dramatic 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Plays 1, 2, 3, 4 : 
Drama Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4 ; 
French Club 2, 3 ; Banner Staff 

2, 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Randy 
Winner 3 ; Candidate for Boy's 
State 4 ; Winner of I Streak for 
Democracy 4 : Booster Club 2, 

3, 4. 

Drama, writing — watch his 
name; Bring his class — and 
talents — fame. 



PHILIP RUDDICK (Phil) 

Curriculum College; Baseball 1, 
2, 3, 4 : Basketball 1, 2 ; Pho- 
tograi)hy 4 ; Booster Club 4 ; 
Randy Nominee 2. 

We say he'll play, star, win and 
more; When life and time add 
the score. 



SALVATORE SCIBETTA 
(Salvie) 

Curriculum General ; Basketball 
1, 2; Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; 
Drill Team 1 ; Chorus 1.2; Key 
Club 4 ; Variety Show 4. 

He never wore a halo yet but 
friends, in droves, were all he 
met. 




STEPHEN PIJsEO (Steve) 

Curriculum General : Randy 
Nominee 1, 2, 3 ; Candidate for 
Boys' State 3. 

He's haoDV faciner everyday; 
Success is just a step away. 



GEORGE REYNAR (Georgie) 

Curriculum Vocational ; Drill 
Team 1 ; Football 1 ; Track 1 ; 
Booster Club 3, 4. 

George's books are on the shelf; 
His motto is "enjoy yourself." 



JOHN ROZEN (Johnny) 

Curriculum College; Band 1, 2, 
3, 4 : Chorus 1, 3, 4 ; Science 
Fair Winner 3 ; Concert 4 ; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Football 1 ; 
Booster Club 2, 3 ; Music Festi- 
val 1, 2, 3, 4. 

If service, charm and fun can't 
bring success — he still has 
everything ! 



DENNIS SCANNEL (Den) 

Curriculum General : Chorus 1, 
2. 3, 4 ; Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Drill 
Team 1. 

He had a voice which did its 
part ; To keen his name in every 
heart. 



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SANDRA SCHNEIDER (Sandy) 

Curriculum General ; Cheerlead- 
ing 4 ; Booster Club 2, 3 ; Chat 
'n Chew Club 4 : Field Hockey 
3 ; Softball 2 ; Basketball 3 ; 
Oracle Staff 4 ; Dramatics Club 
1 : Concert 4 : Nurses Club 1. 
2, 3. 

Fierce in her friendships, loud 
in her cheers; All ^or her school 
and over the years. 



PAUL SHEA (Paul) 

Curriculum College ; Drill Team 
1. 

May life bring luck and all 
that's srood; As futures based 
on past deeds should. 




JOANNE SMITH (Jo) 

Curriculum General ; Trans- 
ferred from Mammouth Acad- 
emy in Main 4 ; Booster Club 4. 

As you share our last success; 
May you share life's happiness. 




RALPH SIMMONS 

Curriculum College ; Class Pres- 
ident 4 ; Band 1, 2 ; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; Chat 'n Chew 3, 4 ; 
Future Teachers, Club 4 ; Oracle 
Staff 4 ; National Honor Society 
3, 4 ; Student Exchange 4 ; 
Randy Winner 1, 2 ; Class 
Treasurer 3 ; Boys' State Alter- 
nate 3. 

We liked him, he led us, we all 
followed through; His standards 
are high and his standing true 
blue. 



SHEILA SMITH (Sheila) 

Curriculum ; Banner Staff 2, 3, 
4 ; National Honor Society 3, 
4 ; French Club 2 ; Oracle Staff 
4 ; Basketball 2 ; Booster Club 4. 

We work and slave, we aim to 
please; Then Sheila wins the 
crown with ease. 



EDITH SORRENTINO (Edie) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Chorus 1 : 
Cheerleader 4 ; Office Staff 3,4; 
Oracle Staff 4 ; Guidance Staff 
2 ; Winter Concert 4. 

Edie, the smiling, efficient and 

true; May her luck, like her 

cheers, reach the sky, all lifo 
through. 



BARBARA STONE (Barb) 

'Curriculum College ; Trans- 
ferred from Maiden High 3. 

Poise and gentleness can be; 
Crown's to graceful dignity. 



JANET SWANSON (Jan) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Chorus 2, 3, 4 ; 
Twirling 2, 3, 4 : Banner Staff 
1, 2 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Music Fes- 
tival 2, 3, 4 ; Randy Winner 3 ; 
Concerts 2, 3, 4. 

A silver flash, a smile as sweet; 
Made Jan, our friend, the girl 
to meet. 




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<JEDRA STAPLES (Ned) 

Curriculum Business ; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Cafe- 
teria Staff 4 ; Library Staff 4 ; 
Randy Nominee 3. 

Don't ever count a lady small 
when she has found a friend in 
all. 



GEORGE SULLIVAN (George) 

Curriculum College ; Booster 
Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 
2, 3, 4 ; Chorus 1 ; Dramatic 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; "The Robe" 1, 
2 ; Drama Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 ; 
Banner Staff 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; 
Winter Concert 3. 

To him success has been the rule 
reflecting worth for class and 
school. 



MARY LOU TOFFOLONI 
(Mary Lou) 

Curriculum College ; Chorus 1, 
2 ; French Club 1, 2, 3 ; Booster 
Club 3, 4 ; Future Teachers 
Club 4 ; Office Staff 4 ; Science 
Fair Committee 4 ; Oracle Staff 
4. 

She's happy to serve and happy 
are we ; To know in one friend 
so much sure loyalty. 




JACQUELINE TOOZE 
(Jackie) 

Curriculum Business : Banner 
Staff 2, 3, 4 ; French Club 3 ; 
Booster Club 3, 4 : F.H.A. 1 j 
Randy Winner 3 ; Oracle Staff 
4 ; Dramatic Club 1 ; Spelling 
Award 3. 

YouM! never hear her climbing:. 

You'll never see her stop; 

You'll only find her waiting. 

When you get to the top. 




FRANCES TOWER 
(Frank) 

Curriculum General : Track 1, 2, 
3; Football 2, 3. 

Frank is sure a cheerful lad: 
He's never downcast, never sad. 



VALERIE TRISCHITTA 

(Val) 

Curriculum General : Guidance 

Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; 

Banner Staff 4 ; Booster Club 2, 

3, 4 ; Chorus 1. 

Lovliness, smiling, work is a 

game. 

Needed, she's ready — Val is her 
name. 





BEVERLY VAUGHAN 

(Bev) 

Curriculum Business : Oracle 
Staff 3, 4 ; Booster Club 4 ; 
Randy Winner 3 ; Fashion Show 
2 ; Office Staff 4 ; Dance Com- 
mittee 1, 2, 3, 4 : Publicity Man- 
ager 4 ; Softball 2. 



energy, so 



With talent and 

much to do — 

And all with a sparkle — our 

thanks, Bev, to you. 



JOAN VAUGHN 
(Joanie) 

Curriculum Business : Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4 ; Captain 4 ; Booster 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; F.H.A. 1 ; Oracle 
4 ; Softball 3, 4. 

Graceful like lightning, a swish, 
and what's more. 
On quick-smiling friendship, 
our Joanie will score. 



KEVIN WALLACE 

(Key) 

Curriculum College: Basketball 
1; Football 1, 2 ; Student Coun- 
cil 2, 3, 4 ; Student Council 
President 4 ; Booster Club 2, 3, 
4 ; Good Government Rep. 4 ; 
Chat'n Chew 4. 

He stood in our name and he 
spread our name wide. 
Beside us, our friend-before us, 
our pride. 




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RICHARD VOGEL 
(Rich) 

Curriculum College : Basketball 
2, 3, 4 ; Chat'n Chew 4 ; Chess 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Class President 
3 ; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Oracle 
Editor-in-Chief 4 ; Tennis 3, 4 ; 
Track 1 ; Randy Winner 2 ; "I 
Speak For Democracy" 2. 

He has the tools to pass the 

rest. 

When life and work will grade 

the test. 



JOHN WALSH 

(Bugsy) 

Curriculum College : Class 
President 2, Booster Club 3 ; 
Dramatic Club 1 ; Oracle Staff 
4 ; Rifle Club 1 ; Science Club 1 ; 
Railroad Club 1 ; Variety Club 
1 ; Key Club 4. 

You'll always hear him coming, 
so let the flag unfurl. 
A smile for every fellow, and 
two for every girl. 



RICHARD WALSH 

(Dick) 

Curriculum General : Booster 
Club 4. 

He laughs at life, and we admit. 
We've never matched his gift 
of wit. 




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MARY WEBBER 

(Mary) 

Curriculum Business. Student 
Council 1, 2, 3, 4 : Oracle Staff 
4 ; Cheerleading 3. 4 ; Captain 
4 ; Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; 
D. A. R. Award 4 ; Office Staff 
4 ; Banner Staff 2, 3 ; F. H. A. 
1. 2 ; Song Poll Representative 
1 ; Winter Concert 4. 

Sparkle and spirit, a cheer from 

the start. 

All lady, all winner. 

She's captured our heart. 



WILLIAM WEEKS 
(Billy) 

Curriculum Vocational : Chorus 
1 ; Track 1, 2, 3 ; Baseball 1 ; 
Basketball 1 ; Football 1, 3 ; Stu- 
dent Council 2 ; 

He has a way about him 
That wins him many friends 
The kind of grin that tells you 
His kindness never ends. 



JOHN WHITE 

(Jack) 

Curriculum Vocational Shop: 
Football 1 ; Chorus 1 ; Booster 
Club 4. 

We name him last, but when 

we're done 

In life he'll be there — number 

one. 





WALTER WENTZELL 

(Walt) 

Curriculum Vocational : Chess 
Club 1 ; Booster Club 4 ; Pho- 
tography 4. 

A smiling member of friendships 

team. 

Lives long in remembrance, and 

high in esteem. 



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RUTH WILBUR 

(Ruthie) 

Curriculum Business : F.H.A. 1 ; 
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Publici- 
ty Club 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; 
Guidance S t af f 1, 2, 3, 4 ; 
Chorus 1 ; Photography 3. 

Busy and bubbling. 
The smiles that she brought, 
And cheerfulness always, are 
lessons she taught. 



SENIOR CLASS STANDINGS 

1958 



1. 


Jane Crompton 


2. 


Dianne DeBoer 


3. 


Kenneth Knox 


4. 


Margaret Leahy 


5. 


Sheila Smith 


6. 


Ralph Simmons 


7. 


Ann Gulick 


8. 


Carol Cedarholm 


9. 


Ann Jablonski 


10. 


Virginia Kangiser 


11. 


Robert Bustard 


12. 


Francis Roberts 


13. 


Paul Daly 



14. John Cohen 

14. Donald Dixon 

14. Judith LaFarge 

15. Richard MacDonald 

16. Joanne Smith 

17. Mary Webber 

18. George Sullivan 

19. William Weeks 

20. Perry DeFelice 

21. Marilyn McNulty 

22. Richard Vogel 

23. Gloria Mello 

24. Judith MacDonald 

25. John Anderson 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 



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"The Future Is A Convenient place For Dreams 



It is the year 1978. After a hard Congressional 
sesssion, we have been released from our secretarial 
duties to The President of The United States, Ralph 
Simmons, and are set for a well-earned vacation in 
our home town. 

As we climb aboard the luxurious airliner of the 
future, filled with expectations of surprise awaiting 
us ahead, we are greeted with the first surprise of 
the mall: Our two stewardesses, Janet Swanson, 
and Edie Scrrentino, classmates from the good old 
days. But this is just the beginning! Delighted, we 
discover that our plots are Richard Vogel and Joseph 
Caulfield, and that the designers of this fabulous 
T-2-8 jet, cruising the skies, are none other than our 
well-remembered friends, Ken Knox and Phil Rud- 
dick. 

Of course McNeil Airport, named for Don McNeil, 
is no longer a surprise after his famous jet pilot 
record; but as we leaf through the magazine, FASH- 
ION, in its glamorous waiting room, it is a pleasant 
shock to find Valerie Trischetta smiling from the 
cover, and credits to the designing genius of Beverly 
Vaughan, George Sullivan and Frank Roberts on 
the inside. How far our class of "58" has come! 

Suddenly an avalanche of teenagers descends, 
screaming on an oncoming taxi. You might know! 
Jackie Walsh, the rock'n roll king! We are nearly 
suffocated, climbing in beside him. Jack tells us of 
the good work Kevin Wallace is doing as mayor of 
Boston, especially in the choice of industrial engi- 
neers for his superhighway construction program. 

Some of the names make us proud again of the 
graduating class we once knew: Bruce Johnston, 
Robert Bustard, Carmen D'Amelio and Daniel Duffy. 



job and the pennant contenders remind us of trophy 
days at RHS. Look at that roster: First base, 
Armand Lienard; 2nd base, Don Dixon; 3rd base, 
Dave Merrick; Pitcher, Fred Boomhower; Catcher, 
George Reynar; Outfielders, John White, Joseph 
Garvey, Richard MacDonald and Paul Daly. 

We are ready for home, but first there is a big 
reunion at the James Larson TV show. His first 
guests bring us right back to the good old auditori- 
um; "The Harmonizers" — singing sensations, Ann 
Gulick, Peggy Alden, Janet Keddy and Ann Johnson. 
The Olympic awards for Women's Sports are an- 
nounced, and we cheer when Carol Monti and Joan 
Vaughn appear to accept them, conducted by their 
glamorous TV hostesses, Rosemary Hayward and 
Carol Hetherington. We aren't the only alumni who 
have come to share in the honors of our old class. 
Dianne DeBoer and Paula Fern, still in starched 
white uniforms, have dashed over from their nurs- 
ing assignments with congratulations. A whole sec- 
tion of highly successful-looking career girls, wear- 
ing mink coats and Randolph buttons, come pouring 

out of the studio to say hello. We become happier 
every minute to find how many dreams of "58" 
have come true, as Mary Jane Brennan, Sandra An- 
derson, Jane Cromptcn, Nadine Ahlfont, Cynthia 
Cutler, Jean Fenton, Marie Lambiase and Barbara 
Hanrahan swap stories with us of their secretarial 
successes in Boston. 

We are glad to bring the news about classmates 
in Washington who, due to the pressure of govern- 
ment jobs, couldn't get away. Margaret Leahy, 
Perry DeFelice, Charles Kadrevis, Peter Poehlman, 
and James Cadematori, members of the College Club 
in the nation's capital, have really gone on to suc- 
cess in top secret work. 



At our hotel it is another classmate Walter Went- 
zell who greets us and shows us to our room. As an 
executive there, he arranges passes for us to the 
Green Sox — Blue Jays Game, that afternoon. We are 
really thrilled because Jimmy Fitzgerald has been 
getting such wonderful publicity for his managing 



But it is Randolph we want to see, so good-bye to 
our classmates in Boston. As we board the bus, it 
seems good to have Stephen Pineo announce "Ran- 
dolph, Avon, and Brockton", and, later, to wave to 
Neil Condlin and Frank Tower as they direct traf- 
fic down by Howard Johnson's. 



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It doesn't seem possible that so many changes 
have come to Randolph. Down along Main Street 
the signs now bear names which are at once new and 
familiar. Scannell's Music Co. — good for Dennis! 
Magnussen's Dinner! Well, we can eat nowhere else! 
Paul has hired Margaret Camelio as his pert and 
pretty waitress, and it is she who points out Mary 
Webber, Pat Kemmit and Barbara Jocobsen in a 
corner booth. We are astounded to hear that we all 
are leaving Boston on the same plane, but Mary, 
Pat, and Barbara are stopping off at New York to 
record their newest record "Tommy". They look so 
lovely that we take their advice and drop into Ann 
Jablonski's Hair Stylist Studio right after supper 
More celebrities Elaine Burns, Barbara Stone and 
Joanne Smith have just landed local TC soots and 
are all excited as they pretty up under the expert 
management of Joyce McKeeman. Carol Cederholm 
has the next appointment but her hours as president 
of the bank are so long that we can't wait to see 
her. Knowing she has Richard Caron, Harold Ledig 
and Sheila Smith as trusted executives, we aren't 
worried about her success anyway. We can't wait for 
the morning and our first visit back to our well- 
remembered high school. 

John Collins and Richard Walsh, who work for the 
Evans' Brothers Radio and TV store now, warn us 
that things are different at the old school. Rolandi 
and William's store is showing a closed circuit 
broadcast of the Boston Premier of the "Ice Fral- 
lettes" and we stay to watch with our eyes like 
saucers as Kathleen Hanson, Julia Keane and 
Jeanette McNuIty flash across the screen in fea- 
tured roles. Who would have guessed one class 
could produce so much success! 

Morning finally comes and we head for Memorial 
Drive with our memories and expectations bright. 
Our trip is semi-official, as a bright panel of young 
consultants from Washington is with us. We all are 
returning there together, and our remembrances will 
make our trip a short one. Still, to have Daniel La- 
Fratta, Bill Leombruno, Richard McAuliffe, Paul 
O'Meara and Salvatore Scibetta honored guests at 
RHS seems funny! 



Raymond Byam the operator, brings us to David 
Brown, the principal. He is so busy that William Dil- 
lon, assistant principal, takes us on our tour. One 
surprise after another: Judy Harlow, conducting a 
gym class, Doris Christensen head of the Art De- 
partment, and Ruth Wilbur responsible for the de- 
licious aroma drifting up the corridor from 162. 

Naturally the Business Department draws our 
secretarial notice and so does Virginia Kangiser, 
head of the department! We congratulate the school 
committee's good choice of teachers as we see Mary 
Lou Toffolini teaching Shorthand, Rosalie Hanson: 
Typing, Anne Freehery; English, Jury MacDonald: 
Business Administration and Marilyn McNulty: 
Bookkeeping. 

Junior High Students are lucky — more stars of 
"58" dispensing knowledge: Lawrence Leavett, Pat 
LaBrecque, Gloria Mello and Sandra Schneider. 

And what's this? John Anderson, the superin- 
tendent of schools and his assistant, John Baldner 
are both dictating at once to Judy Doherty, their 
harrassed secretary, as we peek in at the tinted 
glass office on the roof. 

There is one more thing we must know before we 
go: The fabulous RHS band, what has become of it 
under its new director Bruce Anderson? An assem- 
bly program is our answer. On stage in the dim audi- 
torium we remember so well, stand Judy LaFarge, 
John Rozen, Paul Shea, Bruce Fletcher and John 
Cohen, on leave from The Boston Symphony Orches- 
tra Tour in Europe to make a presentation to their 
old band: The highest award in the State. 

As the class of '78 and the younger classes 
thunder their applause, we step out of the assembly, 
and out of our past with a wonderful conviction of 
the worth of our years in this same school. As each 
new class comes across that stage, down these halls, 
laughing up from gym, racing out to the bus, the 
same spirit we knew goes on. And the future holds 
out its hand to each as it did for us, a future where 
memories are cornerstones and dreams come true. 



It has been so long since we've seen the old build- 
ing — ^new, when we were students! Four floors now 
— and elevators for the softer, young generations! 



Jackie Tooze '58 
Betty Church '58 



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BEST DANCERS 

Janet Swanson 
Dave Brown 




THE CLEVEREST 

Doris Christensen Richard Vogel 



THE THINKER 

Joseph Garvey Valerie Trischetta 



BEST EATERS 

Nadine Ahlfont 
Dave Merrick 



Seniors 




MOST TALKATIVE 

Jean Fenton Jack Walsh 



MOST MUSICAL 

Judy LaFarge Bruce Anderson 



BEST ALL AROUND 

Armand Lienard Pat Kemmitt 



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MOST DIGNIFIED MOST DEPENDABLE 

Frank Roberts Barbara Stone Ann Gulick Donald McNeil 




You're The Greatest 



MOST ATHLETIC 

Joan Vaufehn 
Jim Fitzgerald 



BEST NATURED 

Micky McNulty 
Fred Boomhower 



FRIENDLIEST 

Donald Dixon 
Janet Keddy 





MOST INDUSTRIOUS 

Perry DeFelice 
Dianne DeBoer 



BEST MANNERS 

Ann Jablonski John Cohen 



BEST LEADERS 

Ralph Simmons 
Mary Jane Brennan 




Before We Leave... 

We the class of 1958, being of not-so-sound minds and muscle-aching bodies (from 
gym classes) do hereby declare this as our last will and testament. 



I, Nadine Ahlfont, do hereby wish to leave my "I 
can eat a bear, I'm so hungry" appetite to Doro- 
thy Thompson. 

I, Jean Alden, do hereby wish to leave my "small 
enough to carry the kitchen sink" pocketbooks 
to Judy Gardner. 

I, Bruce Anderson, do hereby wish to leave my 
"Good for the Boston Pops" musical ability to 
Bruce Beecroft. 

I, John Anderson, do hereby wish to leave my side- 
burns "dyed darker" to Roger Cicchini. 

I, Sandra Anderson, leave my red hair to Peggy Wil- 
liams. 

I, John Baldner, leave my shyness to John Gary. 

I, Fred Boomhower, leave my wardrobe of Randolph 
Jackets to Eddie MacDonald. 

I, Dennis Brennan, leave my unbounded knowledge 
of shorthand to Mark Leavitt. 

I, Mary Jane Brennan, leave my "three closets full 

of unworn clothes" to Sandra Cartwright. 
I, David Brown, leave my sense of humor to Richard 

Pontius. 
I, Elaine Burns, leave my baton to my "Boss" Betty 

Lienard. 
I, John Bustard, leave my favorite car to Kevin 

Mulhern. 
I, Robert Bustard, leave my quiet efficiency to Peter 

Briggs. 
I, Raymond Byam, leave my knowledge of how to 

run a cash register to Diane Gorey. 
I, James Gadematori, leave my "handwriting" to 

Florence Ghisholm. 
I, Margaret Camelio, leave "my" jet plane which 

brings rhe to school safe, sound, and EARLY 

every morning to Barbara Downing. 

I, xlichard Caron, leave my "worn-out path to Fer- 

nandes" to Arthur Holbrook. 
I, Gary Gasagrande, leave my "amazing knowledge 

of English" to Paul Gomeau. 

I. Garol Gederholm, leave my ability to combine fun 
and learning all at the same time to Sara Star- 
buck. 

I, Elizabeth Ghurch, leave my worn shorthand book 
and temper to Janet Gowgill. 

I, Doris Ghristensen, leave my artistic ability to 
Eddie Brewster. 

I, John Gohen, leave my "Shrunken Head" to Graig 
Alemi. 

I, John Gollins, leave my Portein Pills to Joe Rachin. 

I, Neal Gondlin, leave my Braintree Telephone Book 
to Louie Kmito. 

I, Jane Grompton, leave my knowledge of all sub- 
jects to Margaret Teed. 

I, Gynthia Gutler, leave my quietness to Eileen 
Davock. 

I, Garmen D'Amelio, leave my "extinct Red Devil" 
to Thomas Gotter. 

I, Paul Daly, leave my champion black cow to Mary- 
helen Maxwell. 

I, Dianne DeBoer, leave my truly tested way of in- 
criminating innocent bystanders" to Alma Rob- 
inson. 



Perry DeFelice, leave my Randy Awards to James 
Truelson. 

Santo DelSignore, leave my hair tonic to Mark 
Haymen. 

William Dillon, leave my ability to be punctual to 
William Leondike. 

Donald Dixon, leave my red nose to Joe Gill. 
, Judith Doherty, leave my "mimeographing sheets 
for 1959 ORAGLE" to Roberta Hemmingway. 

, Stephen Dolan, leave my pens and pencils to John 

Green. 
, Daniel Duffy, leave my authority on the Booster 

Glub to Richard Welsh. 

, Rowland Evans, leave my eyebrows to Geraldine 
Rust. 

, William Evans, leave my book "One Thousand 
Jokes to Tell" to Joe Gallagher. 

, Anne Freehery, leave my poise to Jean Bustard. 

, Jean Fenton, leave my chattiness to Elizabeth 
Fleming. 

, Paula Fern, leave my nickname "Popla" (from 
Study Hall") to Dianne O'Brien. 

, James Fitzgerald, leave my sports awards to Wil- 
liam Kelly. 

, Bruce Fletcher, leave my "cracked" eye-glasses to 
Margaret Ogden. 

, Robert Forgione, leave my "hustle-bustle" to 
Marc Gadoff. 

, Peter Gaynor, leave my tardy slips to Bette John- 
son. 

, Ann Gulick, leave my "map of Howard Johnson's" 
to Jackie Anderson. 

, Joseph Haley, leave my crew neck sweaters to 

Galen Holmes. 
, Barbara Hanrahan, leave my hair styles to Joan 

Hughes. 
, Kathleen Hansen, leave my transfer cards to 

Dotty Wailin. 

, Rosalie Hansen, leave my bobby pins to Jean 

Maria. 
, Judy Harlow, leave my "Kidney" Science Book to 

Margo Sorgman. 

, Rosemarie Hayward, leave my memory of the 
"typing keyboard" to Rosemarie Schepis. 

, Garol Hetherington, leave the "nowbanks and non- 
skid loafers" to Garol Doyle. 

, Tomas Healey, leave my double-runner ice skates 
to Danny MacDonald. 

, Thomas Isaac, leave my everlasting growth pills 
to Garol Pace. 

, Barbara Jacobsen, leave my giggles to Barbara 
Gonnolly. 

, Ann Jablonski, leave my manners to Mary Smith. 

, Anne Johnson, leave my wittiness to Joan Glark. 

, Bruce Johnston, leave my lasting personality to 
Bernard Bennett. 

, Gharles Kadrevis, leave my underclass girls to 
William Manganillo. 

, Virginia Kangiser, leave my locks of hair to Jerry 
Fistoria. 



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.Our Last Bequests 



Julia Keane, leave my quiet but nice ways to Jane 

Publicover. 
Janet Keddy, leave "the beloved memory of one 

crushed megaphone" to Judith McNeely. 
Pat Kemmitt, leave my suntan lotion to Marilyn 

Cummings. 
Kenneth Knox, leave my literary ability to Carol 

Nazzaro. 

Pati-icia LaBrecque, leave my bottle of "definite- 
ly not hydrogen peroxide to Virginia Dew. 

Judith LaFarge, leave my broken reeds to Janet 
Stevenson. 

Daniel LaFratta, leave my collection of Ford parts 

to David DuPont. 
Marie Lambiase, leave my phoney eyelashes to 

Joan Clark. 
James Larsen, leave my salesmanship ability to 

Craig Alemi. 
Margaret Leahy, leave my writing ability to 

Donna Muir. 
Lawrence Leavitt, leave my used late passes to 

203 to Charles Needham. 

Harold Ledig, leave my key to the Cadillac to 
Roger Kelleher. 

William Leombruno, leave my "Little Black Book" 
to James House. 

Sheppard Lesser, leave my MONEY to Carol Post. 

Armand Lienard, leave my willingness to help 
others to Roger Gale. 

Paul Magnussen, leave my 4th period doorholding' 
to Peter Gallagher. 

Doris Marino, leave my dimples to Janice Martini. 

Gloria Mello, leave my vast knowledge of Book- 
keeping to James Mader. 

David Merrick, leave my "chain-of-broken-hearts" 
to Paul Kelleher. 

Judith MacDonald, leave my blue eyes to Lorraine 
Connors. 

Richard MacDonald, leave my "million-dollar bank 
account" to Jimmy Miller. 

Richard McAuliffe, leave my grease remover to 

Robert Gulick. 
Joyce McKeeman, leave my longing smile to Pearl 

Madan. 
Donald McNeil, leave my knee pads to Richie 

Szum. 
Jeanette McNulty, leave my "cyclone stricken 

locker" to Kathy Fahey. 
Marilyn McNulty, leave my "bangs" to Irene 

Sears. 
Carol Monti, leave my Mighty Mouse comic book 

to Mary Dangoia. 
Paul O'Meara, leave my book "I'm a Gentleman" 

to William Drinkwater. 
Shephan Pineo, leave my leather jacket and blue 

hat to Mark Haymen. 
Peter Poehlman, leave my own "collection of gas" 

to Mike Griffith. 

George Reyner, leave my "level" temper to Richie 
Alden. 

Frank Roberts, leave my record of "Mona" to 
Kenneth Anderson. 

John Rozen, leave my music sheets to Charles 
Hedrick. 

Philip Ruddick, leave the roof of my Cadillac to 
William Galen. 



D'innis Scannell, leave my typewriter to Chester 

Nelson. 
Sandra Schneider, leave my "dirty-cheerleading 

sneakers" to Barbara Traverse. 

Salvie Scibetta, leave my sense of humor to my 
brother Louie. 

Paul Shea, leave my "tremendous height" to Peter 
Gallagher. 

Joanne Smith, leave my "loving memories of 
Driver Training" to Mary Hartman. 

Sheila Smith, wish to leave my typewriter in Mr. 
Santry's room to Jeanette Poole. 

Edith Sorrentino, leave my bow tie (from cheer- 
leading) to Nancy Sproules. 

Nedra Staples, leave my "elevated" high heels to 
Carol Eraser. 

Barbara Stone do hereby wish to leave my "un- 
used tube of lipstick" to Vivian Flanagan. 

Janet Swanson, leave my "Ipana Smile" to Louise 
Creighton. 

Mary Lou Toffoloni, leave my office duties to Carol 
Eraser. 

Jacqueline Tooze, do hereby leave my petticoat to 
Judith Eloma. 

Francis Tower, leave my duplicating machine to 
Mark Bissonette. 

Valerie Trischetta, wish to leave my Uncontrol- 
lable Hair Spray to Barbara Connolly. 

Beverly Vaughan, leave my title as "founder of 
the Cuz Club" to Shirley Spiers. 

Joan Vaughn, leave my ace bandage to Gail 
Quimby. 

Richard Vogel, leave my leadership and helpful- 
ness to Richard Gorham. 

Kevin Wallace, leave my Alarm Clock to Marilyn 
Cummings. 

John Walsh, leave a can of floor wax for slippery 

floors to Gus Dahlgren. 
Richard Walsh, leave my temper to David Kelly. 

Mary Webber, leave my "waist cincher" to Susan 
Eraser. 

William Weeks, leave my blush to Thomas Cotter. 

Walter Wentzell, leave my corduroy pants to Paul 
DeFeo. 

John White leave my king size mirror to Howard 
Arey. 

Ruth Wilbur, leave my "sophisticated swing" to 
Elaine Goren. 

Signed, sealed and approved by: 

PAT KEMMITT 
MARY WEBBER 
ANN GULICK 

Witnesses: 

RALPH SIMMONS 
MARY JANE BRENNAN 
NEAL CONDLIN 




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Let's turn 
back the 
Hands of 
TIME 



To When We 



Were Young 





1. Nadine Ahlfont, 2. Jean Alden, 3. Bruce Anderson, 4. Sandra Ander- 
son, 5. Elaine Burns, 6. Raymond Byam, 7. James Cadematori, 8. Marparet 
Camelio, 9. John Colliils, 10. Neal Condlin, 11. Jane Cromi)ton. 12. Cynthia 
Cutler, 13. Donald Dixon, 14. Judith Doherty, 15. Stephen Dolan, 16. Anne 
Feehery, 17. Jean Fenton, 18. Robert Forgioni, 19. Baibara Hanrahan, 20. 
Kathleen Hanson, Rosalie Hanson, 21. Rosemarie Hayward, 22. Josei)h 
Haley, 23. Tomas Healey, 24. Barbara Jacobsen, 25. Anne Johnson, 2fi. 
Virginia Kangiser, 27. Patricia Kemmitt, 28. Patricia LaBreeque, 29. 
Marie Lambiase, 30. Margaret Leahy, 31. Harold Ledig, 32. Paul Mag- 
nussen, 33. Doris Marino, 34. Gloria Mello, 35. Judy MacDonald, 36. Rich- 
ard MacDonald, 37. Richard McAuliffe, 38. Joyce McKeeman, 38. Donald 
McNeil, 40. Marilyn McNulty, 41. Carol Monti, 42. Frank Roberts, 43. 
Sandra Schneider, 44. Salvatore Scibetta, 45. Joanne Smith, 4U. Sheila 
Smith, 47. Nedra Staples, 48. George Sullivan, 49. Janet Swanson, 50. 
Jacqueline Tooze. 51. Francis Tower, 52. Valerie Tricshetta, 53. Beverly 
Vaughan, 54. Richard Vogel, 55. Kevin Wallace, 56. John Walsh, 57. Rich- 
ard Walsh, 58. Mary Webber, 59. William Weeks, 60. Bruce Fletcher, 
61. Kenneth Knox. 




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SENIOR SERENADE 




Every year has its songs — every class its memories. The seniors 
■will look back to their school days and hum - - - or whistle - - - 
like this . . . 



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1. BACK TO SCHOOL. . September 

2. LOLLIPOP Freshman 

3. STOOD UP During Study 

4. AFTER SCHOOL . . . Make-up 

5. TEACHERS PET ... All "A" Students 

6. HONEY COMB Girl's Room 

7. STORY OF MY 

LIFE Office Record 

8. SHORT SHORTS . . . Gym Classes 

9. MAYBE No Teachers 

10. I CAN'T HELP IT . . Skipped School 

11. AT THE HOP Friday Night 

12. DON'T Chew Gum 

13. OH BOY! No School 

14. YOU SEND ME Mr. Powderly 

15. JAIL HOUSE ROCK. Football Rally 

16. LITTLE BLUE 

MAN Blue Devils 

17. DINNER WITH 

DRACULA Our Cafeteria 

18. ARE YOU 

SINCERE An "A" 

19. THE WALK 216 To Cafeteria 

20. THE STROLL To School 

21. RAUNCHY Lockers 

22. SWEET LITTLE 
SIXTEEN Juniors 



23. WAITING IN 

SCHOOL Till 2:15 

24. COME TO ME Wanted In The Office 

25. MAGIC MOMENTS. .Passed Driving Test 

26. YOU WERE ONLY 
FOOLIN Suspended 

27. APRIL LOVE Senior Spring Dance 

28. TO SOON TO 

KNOW If We Are Graduating 

29. WHO'S SORRY 

NOW We Didn't Study 

30. OH LONESOME ME . Failing Seniors 

31. BREATHLESS Handy Awards Nominees 

32. CHANCES ARE .... Date For The Prom 
38. I CAN'T CLOSE 

THE BOOK Oracle 

34. GET A JOB Seniors ^ 

35. CATCH A FALLING ^^ 
STAR Night Of The Prom 

36. 26 MILES Grand March W^ 

37. PUT A LIGHT IN ^^ 
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38. NOW AND FOR ^ 
ALWAYS High School Memories 

39. HE'S GOT THE 
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40. LA DE DA We Graduated 




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CLASS 
OF 

1959 



Junior Class Officers 

President: Richard Pontius 

Vice President: Joseph Gill 

Secretary: Donna Muir 

Treasurer: Margaret Williams 



Our Heirs... The Juniors 



Junior Superlatives 



MOST INDUSTRIOUS 

Jimmy Truelson Peggy Teed 

CHATTIEST 

Jimmy Mader Sandra Cartwright 

MOST POPULAR 

Billy Kelly Betty Lienard 

MOST BASHFUL 

Elmer Peters Ann Marie Swanson 

MOST ATHLETIC 

Richard Pontius Alma Robinson 

CLEVEREST 

Eddie Brewster Roberta Hemingway 



BEST NATURED 

Rodger Gale Hary Helen Maxwell 

MOST MUSICAL 

Bruce Beecroft Betty Johnson 

BEST DANCER 

Danny MacDonald Judy McNeely 

BEST LEADER 

Richard Alden Peggy William 

BEST ALL AROUND 

Paul DeFeo Carol Post 

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Peter Briggs Roberta Shirley 



FRIENDLIEST 

Eddie Daly Betty Fleming 



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Sophomore Class Officers: President, Phil Carlino; Vice 
President, Pat Tardiff; Secretary, Barry Gallagher; Treas- 
urer, Norman Wilbur. 



Halfway There... The Sophomores 



Sophomore Superlatives 



MOST INDUSTRIOUS 

Robert Benson Yvette Richards 

CHATTIEST 

William Black Carolyn Mello 

MOST POPULAR 
Robert DiSimone Pat Tardiff 

MOST BASHFUL 

Ray Kraus Martha Bosworth 

MOST ATHLETIC 

Phil Carlino Claire Childs 

CLEVEREST 

Albert DeFelice Jean Shea 



BEST NATURED 

Bernard White Theresa Grico 

MOST MUSICAL 

Charles Hedrick Marcia Galway 

BEST DANCER 

Barry Gallagher Maureen Black 

BEST LEADER 

Norman Wilbur Edith Leahy 

BEST ALL AROUND 

Fred Merrick Arlene McKenzle 

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Richard Szum Mary Lou Pignatelli 



FRIENDLIEST 

Jimmy Flanagan Jean Ruddick 



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1961 



Freshman Class Officers: Pres., Judy Mc- 
Nulty; V. Pres., Vincent Moullon; Sec, 
Linda Boynton; Treas., Elaine Willis. 



On The Way Up. ..Freshmen 



Freshman Superlatives 



MOST INDUSTRIOUS 

George East Ann Tucker 

CHATTIEST 

Doris Jackson Arthur Jones 

MOST POPULAR 

Jimmy Willis Elaine Willis 

MOST BASHFUL 

Tommy Stevenson Hazel Kemmitt 

MOST ATHLETIC 

Joe Camelio Gail Cochrane 

CLEVEREST 

Joe O'Rierdan Wallis Smith 



BEST NATURED 

Tommy Gallagher Pat Gill 

MOST MUSICAL 

Teddy Haines Carolyn Buba 

BEST DANCER 

John Hughes Diane Mulligan 

BEST LEADER 

Richard Anderson Judy McNulty 

BEST ALL AROUND 

John Boothby Phyllis Adams 

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Robert McCormick Marcia Brodil 



FRIENDLIEST 

Earl Anderson Connie Doyle 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

Row 1: Barbara Traverse, Judy Johnston, Mary Webber, Armand Lienard, Paul Daly, 
Frank Esposito, Jacqueline Anderson, Martha Bosworth, Edith Leahy. 
Row 2: Nancy Silson, Peter Briggs, Richard Szum, Mr. Santry, Advisor; Kevin Wal- 
lace, Billy Kelly, Thomas Gallagher, Marcia Brodil. 

Learning Through Fun, Activities At R.H.S 



One of our biggest "prides" in a yearful of boasts is our 
Student Council. Having won national recognition, the R.H.S. 
Student Council has a place apart in the salutes from the 
Oracle. With its only purpose — our good, and the qualifications 
of its members to work unceasingly for that purpose, the result 
has been a better school for us all. Remember the lunch periods 
we nearly saw cut from under our greedy eyes until the SC 
members became our "memories", giving up their own time to 
stanii guard in the cafeteria, reminding us of our duties and 
saving us from a fate worse than death ! Remember the Citizens 
of the Month, the Smooth Days, the hundred dollar Student 
Government Scholarship, Good Government Day and all the 



small crisis of School life where an SC member wrestled with 
the problem, and solved it for the good of the school. 

Kevin Wallace, heading a good board of officers, William 
Kelly, vice-president, Richard Szum, secretary and Thomas 
Gallagher, treasurer, leaves another great record behind, con- 
fident that the tradition of service and good-citizenship that 
makes our Student Council the stand-out association of the 
school, will grow with the years. To Mr. Santry. all the seniors 
leave a vote of thanks for an example of unselfishness, leader- 
ship and the kind of citizenship that Student Council teaches 
us to try to attain. 



SENIOR BOOSTERS 




R.H.S. Band 



Top Row: Burns, Witcher, Leavitt, Berry, 
Anderson, DeFoe, McNulty, Rozen, Gale, 
Lewando, Rodiek, Arneo, Hesford, Burke. 
Row 2: Pignatelli, Anderson, Malm, 
Evans, Harrigan, Smith, Prassas, Moulton, 
LaFarge, Tucker, Fern. Row 3 : Harris, 
Thayer, Wilbur, White, Anderson, Moore, 
Watson, Haines, Gale, Clapp, MacDonald, 
Row 4: Tardiff, Galway, Childs, Brodil, 
Waden, Buba, Harely, Richards, Murphy, 
Anderson, Doyle, Swanson, Sears, Lienard, 
Mr. Stewart, Director ; Williams, Church, 
Leahy, Shea. 




Randolph has always been music-minded. From Mr. Gilgan at 
the organ to the newest member of the junior high band, we 
have all shared in the glories and satisfaction of a real atmos- 
phere of progress in music education. It is this note of progress 
that the class of '58 will particularly remember because this was 
a year of FIRSTS in music for RHS. 

Our new dance band, composed of fifteen members performed 
at the concert at Hull High School, the Christmas Assembly, 
the Winter Concert, Winter Concert Assembly, Dramatic Fes- 
tival at John Hancock Hall in Boston and at the Senior Dance 
on Ai)ril 11. A big hit with the whole school and all its audi- 
ences, the dance band brought new laurels to the music depart- 
ment and a whole new interest in music to the student body. 

Another FIRST is our five-member German Band who sur- 
prised and delighted audiences at the Hull Concert, the Spring 
Concert and the South Shore Music Festival. But it was a 
double musical bombshell when Randolph presented its first 
Winter Concert, an unsurpassed success and its new group, the 
Clarinet Ensemble on the same night. The Ensemble went on 
to perform at the Winter Concert Assembly and at the South 
Shore Festival. 

Of course none of this would be possible without the baton 



behind the scenes, Mr. Raymond Stewart, our director who 
fosters the progress, polishes the ideas, and practices each 
faction of our musical organizations with only one ideal ; per- 
fection. Seniors, looking back on the really big occasions of '58, 
find that their band and chorus were there for nearly every 
one ! 

Remember those formations at the football games with the 
twirlers out in front? Remember, especially the Thanksgiving 
Game when the band marched round and round the Sputnik 
to the tune of Around the World? The chorus singing carols at 
the Christmas Assembly, the "new driver" pantomine at the 
Winter Concert, the Concert at the Brockton Veteran's Hospital, 
successes in so many different places : 

Spring Concert, South Shore Music Festival, SEMSBA Music 
Festival, Randy Day and the Memorial Day Parade — they are 
all a part of the senior picture and now at the end of the road 
they are a big part of our last senior celebrations : baccalaureate 
and graduation. The music department says goodbye, goodluck 
and thanks to its departing seniors; and promises that their 
spirit and hard work will still be a part of the progress yet 
to come. 

Joe Haley '58 



THE NEW R.H.S. DANCE BAND 




R.H.S. CHORUS 



Row 1 : Spearing, Hill, Freeman, MacDonald, Doll. Auzina, DockendofT, Leavitt, 
Rosenburg, Berriman, Haley, Rozen, McNeil, Scannell, Fern, Crawford, Anderson, 
Alden. Row 2 : Mr. Stewart, Director ; Sproules, Dimmick, Graham, Church, Black, 
MacDonald, Teed, Beecroft, Brassas, Komich, Bennett, Dixon, Smith, Buba, Gar- 
dula, Saba, Sandler. Row 3: Myers, Galway, O'Leary, Watmough, Johnston, Wil- 
liams, Dowd, Keddy, Hedrick, Hughes. Evans. Thayer, Tapp, Sullivan, .\nderson, 
Wilson, Bustard, Seai-s. Bow 4: Boswortb, LeBlanc, Cohen, Churchward, Spiers, 
Anderson, Donahue, Childs, LaFarge, Watson, Semensi, Retman, Anderson, Gulick, 
Hem, Swanson, Saba, Clark. 




Robert Forgione, John Hughes, Marc CadoflF, Frank Roberts, Bernard White, Richard Vogel, Charles Hedrick, Bruce Beecroft, Michael 

Hall, Stephan O'Hara, Mr. Byrne. 

John Anderson, Eileen O'Leary, Nancy Silson, Linda Goldenburg, Joanne Robenson, Wallace Smith, Betty Ann Donahue, Connie 

Colburn, Kathleen Cullen, Janice Cohen, Doris Jackson, Ellen Frances. 

Carolyn McGilvroy, Judie Powers, Barbara Gardella, Eileen Johnston, Elaine Wilbur, Elinor Murphy, Mary Churchwood, Elaine Goren, 

Elaine Conners, Dolores Belmonte. 

Diane Cordaro, Barbara Maria, Blanche Purvee, Lois Dockuendoff, Phylis Sandlair, Brenda LeBlonque, Mary Anderson, Carol Eraser, 

Linda Boynton, Janis Flansburg, Mary Sass. 



DRAMATICS 



Fifty-eight was a year for champions ! Onr dramatic club, 
whose reputation for good theater has been well known since 
the club's inception years ago, under Miss Eleanor Kelley, went on 
to bring another slice of glory to RHS. It was March eighth ; the 
place, Hingham ; the occasion. The Masachusetts High School Drama 
Festival Preliminaries. Randolph, under the ex))ert touch of its 
hard-working drama coach and director, Mr. Edward Byrne, en- 
tered a one-act play called "The Last Wife." And won ! Frank 
Roberts, senior, placed in the Regional Cast, a high honor for in- 
dividual performers, and Randolph went on to take part with 
thirteen other schools in the State Drama Festival, sponsored by 
The Boston Globe, The Massachusetts Headmasters Association and 
the Drama Guild. The cast of the winning play included: George 



Sullivan and Frank Roberts, seniors, Lorraine Wilbur and Blanche 
Purvee. 

Earlier productions, equally successful on a local level, were 
"Yes and No," an autumn comedy event, and "What Price Mur- 
der?" the one-act companion piece to "The Last Wife," both of 
which were given in February. 

Seniors have double thanks as they graduate : to Miss Kelley, 
their former director who gave them their first training and to Mr. 
Byrne who has given the fine direction, leadership and inspiration 
of the last two years, and provided the challenge that led them to 
their greatest success. 



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BANNER 
STAFF 



Top Row: Thomas Gallagher, Philip Fcrprii- 
son, Robert Benson, Frank Esposito, Rob- 
ert DiSimone, Michael Gardner, Paul Daly, 
Bernard White, Frank Roberts, Shepperd 
Lesser, Joseph Haley, Mark Cardoff. 
2nd Row: Edith Leahy, Jerry Fistori, 
Theresa Grico, Carol Turner, Theresa Bale- 
witcz. Alma Robinson, Linda Kalinowski, 
Dorothy Thompson, Valerie Trischetta, 
Blanche Purvee, Margaret Camelio. 
3rd Row: Jean Shea, Judy Anderson, 
Barbara Smolenski, Gail Cochrane, Elen 
Brodinski, Robert Knight, Delores Bel- 
monte, Peggy Williams, Barbara Gadella, 
Caroline Buba, Judy LaFarge. 
4th Row: Margo Sorgman, Eileen O'Leary, 
Doris Jackson, Margaret Leahy, Editor, 
Barbara Traverse, Karen Garrity, Eleanor 
Hem, Louise Peters, Carol Eraser. 
Miss Foley, advisor 



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SENIOR 

BANNER 

MEMBERS 



Standing: Louise Peters, Judy MacDonald, 
Shep|)erd Lesser, George Sullivan, Valerie 
Trischitta, Jackie Tooze, Judy LaFarge. 
Sitting: Frank Roberts, Margaret Camelio, 
Patricia Kemmitt, Peggy Leahy, Editor, 
Joseph Haley, Sheila Smith. Paul Daly. 



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CHAT 'N CHEW 



At Table: Margaret Teed, Sandra Ander- 
son, Marilyn McNulty, Mr. Crimmins, 
Betty Fleming. Sandy Schneider. 
Standing: Kevin Wallace. .\nne Feehery, 
Diane DeBoer, John Anderson, Richard 
Vogel, David Brown, Majylou Toffoloni. 
Ralph Simmons, Neil Condlin. 




F.H.A. 



Top Row: M. Hasey, B. Maria, K. Mag- 
nussen, B. Holmes, A. Diorio, C. Gunther, 
D. Conrad, L. LeBlank, A. Saunders. 
2nd Row: A. Poretsky, C. McGillvary, J. 
Powers, J. Crompton, A. Jablonski, L. 
Hultzen, M. Galway, G. McHarrie, J. John- 
son, J. Gallon, Mary Ebbs. 
3rd Row: D. Marino, R. Tonazuck, A. 
Tucker, J. Vaughn, P. White, J. Craw- 
ford, B. Vaughan, S. Clyne, B. gurns L. 
Elliot, A. MacDonald. 

4th Row: E. Johnson, J. Hanson, K. Galla- 
gher, J. Anderson, M. Hayes, N. Freeman, 
M. Sass, C. McGeowen, K. Mazzeo, B. Ja- 
sie, C. Pinny, K. O'Leary. 
5th Row: J. Myers, P. Leahy, Y. Richards, 
A. Nordahl, J. McGibbon, M. Black, C. 
Childs, Miss Schomer, Advisor, L. Kalinow- 
ski, L. Wilbur, J. Flansburg. 



F.T.A. 



Row 1 : Marylou Toffoloni, Frank Roberts, 

George Sullivan, Ralph Simmons. 

Row 2 : Peggy Leahy, Judi Doherty, Mr. 

Crimmins, Advisor ; Lucille Roode, Vivian 

Flannagan. 



LIBRARY 
STAFF 



Top Row : Phylis DeCarlo, James Truel- 
on, Paul Magnusson, Peter Briggs, Terry 
Grico. 

2nd Row: Mary Healy, Janet Farley, Mau- 
reen O'Sullivan, Helen Webber, Judy 
Powers, Barbara Lee. 

8rd Row: Robert Forgione, Peggy Leahy, 
Richard Vogel, Mr. White, Kenneth Know, 
Kedra Staples, Joseph Garvey. 




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SENIOR 
CHEERLEADERS 



Left to Right: Mary Webber, Captain, 
Judy McNeely, Janet Keddy, Peggy Alden, 
Marilyn Cummings, Judy Gardner, Patricia 
Kemmitt, Edith Sorrentino, Barbara Tra- 
verse, Sandra Schneider. 



FRESHMAN 
CHEERLEADERS 



Left to Right: Eileen Watmough, Cap- 
tain, Kathleen Gallagher, Nancy Silson, 
Diane Mulligan, Diane Keddy, Judy John- 
son, Elaine Willis, Helen Webber, Jean 
McNiel, Lois Dockendoff. 





CHESS 
CLUB 



Top Row: V. Draggun, K. Mulhern, M. 
Keefe, C. Needham, M. Gardner, G. East, 
G. Finn, J. Falconi, G. Hobson. 
2nd Row: R. Ruddick, E. Johnson, K. Nel- 
son, J. Truelson, R. Seriski, E. Marinda, 
J. Flanagan, E. Baldner, M. Hall, W. 
Leondike. 

3rd Row : R. Chuss, J. Komich, F. Bruno, 
M. Trulson, M. Jenkins, V. Trulson, L. 
Pierce, T. Isaac, J. Boothby, W. Stocks. 
4th Row: C. Moore, R. Clapp, A. Tucker, 
V. Flanagan, Mr. White, R. Vogel, J. 
Hanson, R. Hawkins, C. Hedricks, J. 
Malm. 



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STUDENT EXCHANGE 



CAMERA CLUB 



Top Row: F. Esposito, J. Caulfield, R. 
Vogel, P. Ruddick, J. LeBlanc, J. Lai-sen ; 
2nd Row: A. Robison, J. Brown, W. Went- 
zell, A. Lienaid, N. Condlin, C. Colburn, 
J. Cohen; 3rd Row: J. Burwood, J. Aloma, 
L. Creighton, M. Polio, B. Preble, D. 
Thompson, J. Crowell. 



Standing: K. Knox, P. Daly, Mr. O'Brien, 
advisor. Sitting: R. Simmons, M. Bren- 
nan, A. Lienard. 




CAFETERIA 
WORKERS 



Right to Left: D. McCarthy, A. Schneider, 
W. Hannrahan, R. Williams, K. Nelson, 
W. Litkofsky, E. Baker, N. Staples, F. 
Chisolm, B. Lee, J. Powers, J. McNulty, 
B. Maria, A. Jablonski, J. McGibbon. 



OFFICE GIRLS 



Front Row : A. Nordahl, E. Sorentino, B. 
Church, N. Ahlfont, R. Hemenway, C. 
McGilvery, C. Eraser, M. Churchwood, L. 
Roode, S. Spiers, A. Napier. 
Back Row: J. Keane, M. Teed, C. Ceder- 
holm, M. Maxwell, J. Swanson, A. Robi- 
son, D. Wallen, J. Waring, A. McKenzie, 
M. Toffoloni. 




Mr. White, originator of THE RANDY AWARDS, Mr. Gilgan, principal and chief backer of the 
project, Mr. Polio who supervised the design of the original statuette by Loretta Jackson '56 and directs 
the creation of each year's statuette. 



THE STORY OF RANDY 



It is a warm. May morning. For once, the crowded assembly hall is silent, almost breathless. On 
stage there stands an impressive little pyramid of ceramic statuettes, backed by tiers of empty chairs. It 
is for these, the as yet unclaimed symbols of success, the hoped for seats of honor that silence, anticipa- 
tion and hundreds of hopeful students have come to see. It is RANDY DAY at Randolph High. 

No Oscar or Emmy ever meant more. No TV or Movie Star ever suffered more suspense, was 
feted with more ceremony or applauded to his supreme moment more gloriously. For this is the idea of 
Randy, as initiated by Mr. Alvin White of the faculty four years ago. 

Teachers and administrators for many years have deplored the lack of glamor that went with hard 
woi'k in academic fields. No one could begrude the muddied halfback his trophy, the twirler her baton or 
the thespian his night before the footlights. But what for the student, the boy or girl who consistantly 
comes out on top in the classes ? We think RANDY is the answer. 

The big assembly, the nominations by all the teachers, the seciet envelope opened before the 
waiting student body, the slim little statuette and the seat among the other winners in a circle of cham- 
pions : this is our tribute to those among us who never forget what school is for. Although the statuette 
itselt is for the winner in each field, each and every nominee has won a Randy in his heart. 

For it is our respect as a student body, as a school, for the student who uses his most precious 
gift, his fntelligence, for life's best reward, learning, that is the spirit of these awards. And that is the 
story of RANDY. 



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Richard Vogel accepts congratulations from Mr. 
Warren, while Mr. Vincent Joyal, Science Fair 
Chairman, looks on. 



Joseph Haley with Mr. Warren. 



Keeping Up With The Space Age 
"*•- SCIENCE FAIR 




Roland Evans with Model Gas 
Turbine. 



Perry DeFelice explains cosmic 
radiation to Miss Fitzgerald. 



In a year when the entire world has becqme science conscious, when the 
people of our nation and all nations are looking to the chemists, biologists 
and physicists of the future with mingled hope and dread, we are proud to 
have been a part of our high school's lease on the future. 

Science Fair Day is more than a fine display of the intellectual wares of 
our young scientist. It is the culmination of hours of ideas, work, research 
and ingenuity of the science students, it is the moment when the science 
teachers see the results of their teaching, preparation, driving and, probably, 
prayers. 

March 26, 1958 and the gym is the nucleus of school life. Mr. Vincent 
Joyal, Chairman of the Science Fair is exhausted but triumphant after 
registering exhibits, organizing the layout, appointing committees, and judges. 
Student stay beside their projects, breathless and intent, ready to prove that 
they have met the requirements for : 

1. Scientific approach to the problem, 

2. Scientific advancement, 

3. Ingenuity of construction, technical skill and workmanship, 

4. Thoroughness. 

Co-Chairman, Miss Margaret Grant and assistants Mr. Lloyd Clark, Mr. 
Robert Quegan, Mr. Paul Lehtinen, and Mr. William Garnett are working 
until the last minute to make our scientific event of the year the focal point 
of town and school interest that it must be. 

Flashbulbs from Mr. Samuel Polio's photography class, elaborate pro- 
grams set uj), organized, typed and duplicated for days in Miss Winifred 
Brennan's business classes, and teachers and parents encountered pacing up 
and down the aisles examining, exclaiming, and absorbed, this is the atmos- 
phere of a future in the making. 

This is Randolph High School's Spectacular : "Futures Unlimited." 

Student Science Fair Committee : 

Edward Brewster, Anne Feeherry, Dianne DeBoer, Barbara Price, Ellen 
Bordzinski, Elaine Maloof, MaryLou Pignatelli, Edith Leahy, Vivian Flanagan, 
Jean Shea, David Berry, John Cohen, Elaine Arnao, Robert White, Gail Rent, 
William Black, John Hesford, Wallace Smith, George Mann, Betty Donahue. 



Mr. Gilgan confers with Mr. 
Clark on awards. 



Miss Grant planning Science 
Fair displays. 





George East receives top award in General 
Science. 



Mr. Warren congratulates Marjorie Cooper, win- 
ner in Biology competition. 



SENIOR HIGH SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS 



GRAND PRIZE— GENERAL SCIENCE 

Princijile of Rocket Propulsion George East 

Honorary Awards: 

Use of Symmetry in Nature Richard Szum 

The Human Body Ellen Brodzinski 

Mathematical Computer .... Charles O'Hare, Madeline Benson 

High Fidelity Bernard White 

Instruments of Medicine Connie Dimmick 

GRAND PRIZE— PHYSICS 

Computer Joseph Haley 

Honorary Awards: 

Cosmic Radiation T. Isaac, P. DeFelice 

Space Station Ralph Simmons 

Burglar Alarm System John Pineo 

Jacob's Ladder Francis Toffoloni 

Model Gas Turbine Roland Evans 



GRAND PRIZE— CHEMISTRY 

X-Ray Analysis of Crystals Richard Vogel 

Honorary Awards: 

Blood Analysis Arthur Cochrane 

Detergent Analysis Arthur Holbrook, Charles Crayton 

Organic Analysis Kenneth Knox 

Distilling Salt Margaret Leahy 

Photography Developments George Sullivan 

GRAND PRIZE— BIOLOGY 

Fruit Fly Marjorie Cooper 

Honorable Mention: 

Seed Plants Claire Childs 

Rabbits Jean M. Curry 

Photosynthesis Albert DeFelice 

Smoking and Cancer Edward Maranda 

Bees B. Smolinski, T. Greco 



Science Fair projects on display. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



For Academic Achievement 



^NATIONALi, 
.HONOR SOCIETY^ 




One of the most solemn moments of our school year, 
and the one of greatest achievement for many of 
our students is the springtime and light induction of 
the members of The National Honor Society deli- 
cated to Courtesy, Leadership, Scholarship and 



Service. These girls and boys who have won their 
right to membership through the attainment of high 
level academic standards are an example to all of 
us. The ~ Oracle salutes and congratulates them, 
Randolph's Honor Students. 



SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY — Standing: Ralph Simmons, Robert Bustard, Paul Daly, Kenneth Knox, Mr. Daly. Sitting: Jane Cromp- 
ton, Marilyn McNulty, Margaret Leahy, Dianne DeBoer, Ann Gulick, Sheila Smith. 



JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY — Standing: Vivian Flanagan, Nancy Sproules, Anitta Nordahl, Margaret Teed, Phyllis Goldburg, Judy 
McGibbon, Donna Muir, Joyce Kroll. Sitting: Kathleen Fahey, Roberta Shirley, Jane Publicover, Roberta Hemingway, James Truelson, 
Carol Fraser, Barbara Traverse, Delores Belmonte. 





AUTO DEPARTMENT — Row 1 : David DuPont. Rodger Cicehini, William Strid. ■William Karalus, Oliver Morin, William 
Bretton, James Miller, Elden Willis, Brian MacDonald, Edward Daly. Row 2: Charles Linfield, Howard Jones, Paul Con- 
nors, Daniel MacDonald, Barry Beverly, Robert Ferraro, James Donnelly, Louis Scibetta, David Durant, Gerald Griffin. 
Row 3. Robert Diemer, Daniel LaFrarta, Richard McAulifTe, John White, Thomas Healey, Mr. E. A. Terrenzi, Mr. G. L. 
Simon, George Reynor, William Weeks, Richard MacDonald, Walter Foley. 

RANDOLPH VOCATIONAL SHOP 



MR. LOUIS SIMONS 

Automotive Repair 
Shop Instructor 



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TERRENZI 

English, 

Related Automotive, 

Related Auto Science, 

Related Auto Drawing. 



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The clang of a wrench, the diagnosis for a sick carbureator, 
the gratitude of the faculty whose cars are brought in ailing 
and returned purring — This is what our "Shop" means to us. 
Here our mechanically minded are given a firm background 
and training in the automotive field and sent forth on gradua- 
tion to good jobs and fine futures. 



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CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS — 1st Row: Bill Kelly, Ralph Simmons, Don Dixon, Don McNeil, David Merrick, Armand Lienard, Jack 
Hunt, Billy Leombruno, Fred Boomhower, Jim Fitzgerald ; 2nd Row : Eddy McDonald, Richard Pontius, Jimmy Mada, Roger Gale, 
Jimmy House, Joe Gill, Paul Como, Richard Welch, Mickey Griffin ; 3rd Row : Mr. Saba, Robert DeSimone, Fred Merrick, Phil 
Carleno, Joe Zapustas, Bernie 'VVhite, Jimmy Robinson, Richard Zum, Mr. Bernardo. 



FOOTBALL 



Randolph stops Westwood's passing attack. 



The ORACLE salutes the Randolph High Football team of 1957. We 
thought the '56 record of three losses and six wins put us near the top. 
Fifty seven sent us the whole way : Conference Championship. 

We knew RHS was up there where it belonged when the whole town 
turnd out to see the dedication of the beautiful new Memorial Field, built 
and dedicated in honor of the Randolph boys who had given their lives 
in bigger contests, for their country. We beat Middleboro 19 to that 
day, and Whitman and Rockland in fast succession. 

Everyone will remember fifty-seven as the big "Flu Year:" Satur- 
day's game, Foxboro and Silverlake games postponed at the last minute, 
and Randolph's winning streak snai)ped by Plymouth ! The comeback with 
RHS 28 and Abington 2 and the victory of the re-scheduled Silverlake 
game made the difference. Even though our Turkey Day troubles wtih 
traditional foe, Oliver Ames, spoiled our dinners, RHS had the Confer- 
ence Championship, and that was the Football Story of the Year. 

Special Oracle salate — the salute and cheering memory of every foot- 
ball fan in the student body — go to our graduates : All-Scholastic Dave 
Merrick, tackle and co-capt., and All-Scholastic Jim Fitzgerald, half-back ; 
to Don Dixon, Don McNeil, Fred Boomhower, Bill Leombruno, Jackie Hunt 
and co-capt. Aimand Lienard. 

And what salute, no matter how loud or long could match the record 
these boys have made, or the respect and devotion they have for the men 
who stood behind them, guiding, encouraging and challenging them to the 
best victory of them all. The Oracle congratulates, and says thank you, to 
Head Coach Saba and to Coach Bernado, builders of champions. 



Pile-up ! 



First down. 





SCOREBOARD 

Opponents Randolph 

Middleboro 19 

BiidKCwater 20 7 

Whitman 13 26 

Rockland 48 

Plymouth 25 13 

Silver Lake 44 

Abington 20 28 

Northeastern 34 





Phil Carlino rounds end behind blocker Bobby 
DeSimone. 



Our pretty cheerleaders. 



Southeastern Mass Football Conference Trophy. 



LETTERMEN — Row 1: Don Dixon, Don McNeil, David Merrick, Armand Lienard, James Fitzgerald, Jack 

Hunt, Bill Leombruno, Fred Boomhower. 

Row 2: Joe Caulfield, John Rozen, Paul Daly, Joe Garvey, Richard Vogel, Gary Casagrande, Jimmy Larson. 




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VARSITY 

Row 1 : Bobby Brodil, Joe Garvey, Paul 
Daley, Don McNeil, Bill Leumbruno. Row 
2 : Coach John Silk, Bobby DeSimone, 
Richard Pontius, Joe Zapustas, Phil Car- 
lino, Howard Arey. 



BASKETBALL 



We had the spirit and the determination. We even had a 
new Coach, Mr. John Silk whose record on the court is im- 
pressive and whose coaching was patient and thorough. But 
we didn't have the victories. Not this year, anyway. Paul Daly, 
Capt. and Don McNeil were the only senior lettermen who re- 
turned to the team this season. Other players were Joe Garvey 
and Bill Leombruno, seniors, Dick Pontius, Bob Brodil, and 
Howard Arey, juniors, Phil Carlino, Joe Zapustas, Rodger Kelli- 
her and Bob DeSimone, sophomores. Coach Silk is looking ahead 
to next season when these underclassmen, more experienced in 
working together, can begin to chalk up the wins. 



SCOREBOARD 



Randolph 55 

Randolph 41 

Randolph 45 

Randolph 40 

Randolph 49 

Randolph 44 

Randolph 67 

Randolph 57 

Randolph 54 

Randolph 43 

Randolph 54 

Randolph 70 

Randolph 66 

Randolph 49 

Randolph 31 

Randolph 41 



Faculty 46 

Foxboro 49 

Oliver Ames 80 

Canton 78 

Stoughton 55 

Mansfield 68 

Sharon 65 

Westwood 65 

Foxboro 47 

Oliver Ames 88 

Canton 72 

Mansfield 62 

Sharon 63 

Stoughton 55 

Westwood 26 

Wareham 71 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 

Row 1: Billy Wilbur, Tom Stevenson, Tom 
Gallagher, Jason Rosenburg, Vincent Mol- 
ten, Gerald Dibbern, Peter Brown. Row 2: 
Roy Simmons, Walter Papp, Dennis Haley, 
Richard Gilbert, Coach — Fran O'Brien, 
Daniel Hayes, Paul Troy, John Hughs, 
Robert McCormick. 




J. V. BASKETBALL 

Row 1 : Ray Krauss, Joe Burns, Richard 
Szum, Frank Bernard, Bruce Perry, 
Rodger Kelliher. Row 2 : Mr. Bernado — 
Coach, Jimmy Robinson, Bob McNulty, 
Bernie White, Pete McGibbon, Ted Abbot, 
Manager Steve O'Hara. 




1st Row: David Merrick, Joe Gill, James Mater, Shepperd Lesser, Bernard White, Joe Zapustas, James 
House, Fred Boomhower, Billy Kelley, Fred Merrick, Billy Leombruno. 2nd Row: Richard Szum, Richard 
Welsh, Paul Comeau, Danny Hayes, R. Gale, Robert DeSimone, James Robinson, Tony Berryman, William 
Litoesky, Neil Condlin, Edward McDonald. 3rd Row: Jimmy Fitzgerald, Joe Caulfield, Phil Carlino. Rich- 
ard Pontius, Francis Tower, Mr. Chrisom, Armand Lienard, John Hunt, William Galen, Michael Griffin. 



TRACK 



In 1957, we had only a small showing for track. A very 
few pointmakers, such as Francis Tower, Armand Lienard, Phil 
Carlino, John Hunt, William Galen, Peter O'Kane, and Ronald 
Barber, competed in as many events as possible to bring Ran- 
dolph's name into focus as a coming track school. This year, 
with our new cinder track, the team is recruiting from other 



sports. Mr. Chrisom expects shotputters, discus throwers, javelin 
throwers, and runners from football. Basketball will contribute 
high jumpers, broad jumpers, pole vaulters and runners. Posi- 
tions for track and field events will be chosen from competi- 
tions. Look for track headlines in ne.xt year's Oracle. 



TENNIS 



Row 1: George Mann, Peter Harrigan, Mr. 
Joyal, Mark Heyman, George Hobson. Row 
2 : Eugene Whitcher, Richard Vogel, Ro- 
bert Griel. 





First Row: Billy Kelly, Paul Daly, Joseph Caulfield, Armand Lienard, Jim Fitzgerald, John Rozen, 
Robert Brodil, Phil Carlino. 

Second Row: Richard Pontius, Rodger Gale, Joseph Garvey, Gary Cassagrande, James Larson, Bobby 
Gale, Mr. O'Brien. 



BASEBALL 



As the Oracle goes to pi-ess, the baseball season is just beffinninj? to shape up. 
The 1958 squad has good reason to aim for a championship this year alter having an 
even league record of seven wins and seven losses last season. In 1957 Randolph 
literally missed out on the playoffs by a flip of the coin. 

This year the baseball team will bfe under the direction of our new baseball coach, 
Mr. Francis O'Brien. He will have an experienced team to work with which is 
another good omen for this season. 

Retux-ning lettermen will be: Bob Brodil and Joe Caulfield at third base; Butch 
Bennett at second base; Joe Garvey at first base; Jim Fitzgerald, shortstop; Bill 
Kelly and Armand Lienard, catchers ; Paul Daly, John Rozen, Gai-y Cassagrande, and 
Phil Ruddick, pitchers; Dick Pontius, Jim Larson, Phil Carlino^ Rodger and Robert 
Gale, fielders. Others who will be eligible are Ted Abbott, Bob DiSimone, Richie 
Szum, Jim Robinson, Joe Zapustas and Bernie White. 

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Row 1 : Claire Childs, Judy Anderson, Barbara Connelly, Betty Lienard, Eileen Dowd, Yvette Rictard, Gail Cochrane, Betty Flem- 
ming, Lorraine Burke, Barbara Vaughn, Martha Bosworth. Row 2 : Mrs. Ross, Louise Peters, Gloria Mello, Judy McNulty, Judy Har- 
low, Judy Eloma, MaryJane Brennan, Rosemary Tonazuck, Ann Hart, Elaine Maloof, Pat Jacobson, Manager. Row 3 : Judy Wat- 
mough, Elizabeth Klein, Irene Sears, Carol Post, Joan Vaughn, Captain, Alma Robinson, Dotty Thompson, Barbara Jacobson, Bar- 
bara Smith. 

GIRL'S BASKETBALL 
Ten Straight Undefeated Season 



The girls can do it too ! What team can beat this record : 
ten straight, an undefeated season ! 

This is the story of the girl's basketball team of '57-'58. 
Like all other teams it was made up of six girls, some tall, 
some short, but all of them having more heart and spirit than 
any coach could hope for. It was this heart and this spirit that 
carried them through the season, winning every game, even 
after a case of pneumonia robbed them of their high scoring 
forward. Alma Robinson. 

The first three games were almost too easy. Randolph 57 — 
Canton 23, Randolph 34 — Westwood 27, Randolph 67 — Hingham 
47. But the rest were hard fought with every bit of fire and 
spirit that could be mastered for each occasion. 



This was truly a team. Six girls working for one goal, for 
one school, with one heart. Joan Vaughn, captain and four years 
veteran scored 226 points for the season. In her six games. 
Alma Robinson scored 162. And, Carol Post, a newcomer to 
varsity play scored 103 in the scorebook, and a thousand in 
the confidence of her coach who knew all along that she could 
do it. Guards, Judy Watmough, Dottie Thompson, and Irene 
Sears held back the high scorers of every opponent with superb 
defensive play and sometimes only with courage. 

With her players, the seniors thank Mrs. Ross whose fiery 
coaching, unmatched enthusiasm and complete conviction that 
this was The girls' basketball team of the century, helped so 
much to bring girls' sports, and RHS, another laurel wreath of 
victory. 



Our fighting little field hockey captain, 
Carol Monti, and our high-scoring basket- 
ball captain, Joannie Vaughn — proud letter- 
girls of '58. 



Row 1 : Mary Jane Brennan, Judith Watmough, Mrs. Ross, Joan Vaughn, 
Betty Flemming. Row 2: Irene Sears, Alma Robinson, Carol Post. Dotty 
Thompson. 









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Row 1: Judith Watmough, Alma Robinson, Claire Childs, Carol Monti, Louise Peters, Judith Anderson. Row 2: Mrs. 
Ross, Judith Eloma, Ann Hart, Carol Post, Dotty Thompson, Lorraine Burke, Gail Cochrane. 



FIELD HOCKEY 



Lone senior and Captain Carol Monti had a fight against 
impossible odds with the field hockey team this year. Memories 
of the League Championship only two years ago seemed mighty 
dim as Asian flu warred on the hockey team and three out of 
six games were cancelled by opponents. The contests that did 
materialize were ghostly affairs, hard fought and peppered with 
unexpected drop-outs, substitutions and absenteeism. The sea- 
son's record : three losses. The team's verdict : Wait till next 
year. We're taking vitamins. 



Spring brings showers, flowers and dust-covered girls out 
in back of the school, faithfully chasing the long ones. Soft- 
ball gets out the largest number of recruits for girls' sports. As 
the Oracle goes to press, the fifty-eight season is only a de- 
termined gleam in the eyes of those who set that record : eight 
wins — two loses of the fifty-seven season. Mrs. Ross sees her full 
varsity returning and a healthy supplement from the Freshmen. 
Good luck from the seniors. Maybe the girls can do it twice 
in '58. 



SOFTBALL 



Row 1 : Mrs. Ross, Pat Tardiff, Marylou Pignatelli, Laurie Burke, Eileen Dowd, Dotty Thompson, Barbara Connelly. Row 
2: Claire Childs, Judy Watmough, Carol Post, Alma Robinson, Joan Vaughn, Judy Anderson, Betty Flemming. 





junior high 




JUNIOR HIGH 
FACULTY 



THE FIRST LADY OF THE JUNIOR HIGH— This is the smile 
that warms every memory of junior high school, the voice that 
guides those first days in the hectic new world of the "big 
school" and the authority that is supreme, respected and rever- 
ently carried "upstairs" to the level of high school. To MISS 
ANNA GOOD the seniors wish more and more junior high 
schoolers who will remember her with the gratitude of 1958. 



ANNA K. GOOD 
Assistant Principal — Guidance Counselor. 



I P*?^" 




MR. LLOYD CLARK 

Science Grade 8, 8th grade ad- 
visor, and sponsor of 8th grade 
'Science Club. 




EDWARD C. BYRNE 

English and Social Studies, 
Dramatics. 



ELEANOR M. McLUCAS 

Literature and Reading, 
Teen Age Book Club. 



AND REMEMBER 



EDMUND R. CORBETT 

Mathematics, Faculty Manager of Sports. 




WILLIAM H. BLACKDEN 

Social Studies 
Science Fair Judge. 



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HIGH LEADERS 



EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS 

Carolyn Strickland Pat Johnston 

Pamela Hutson Thomas Hedrick 

Judith Evans Susan Murray 



SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS 

Sheila Gaynor Joe Balewicz 

Judith Casagrande Robert Zemmerman 

Virginia Chase David Starbuck 




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8th Grade Science — Back Row, Left to 
Right: Everett Schaner, Gene Cohen, Ruth 
Miehaelson. Stejihen Brinton, Robert Cade- 
martoii. Raymond Camelio. Front Row, 
Left to Right: Roy Cederholm, Philip 
Blaine, John Fucile, Robert Merkel, An- 
thony Fiorentini, Steven Stone, Ernest 
Dosi, Thomas Lind. 





King, Queen and Court of the Junior High 
Dance — Top Row : Thomas Hedrick, Ber- 
nadette Dashner ; Front Row : Joseph 
Balewicz, Judy Casagrande. 



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p. S. • • • End of the Year Honors 

Oracle Editor-in-Chief Wins Top Science Honors 
in Regional and State Science Fairs 



On May 9, Richard Vogel, Clhemistry grand prize winner 
in Randolph's science fair and editor-in-chief of The 
Oracle took a first prize in the Mass. State Science Fair 
sponsored by the Boston Globe and held at M.I.T. The 
thirteen student winners chosen from over 300 finalists 



gave an exhibition of their projects at the New England 
Science Fair on May 23, where the single scholarship 
awarded was granted to Richard from The \cw England 
Society of Metalkngists. 



FOURTH ANNUAL RANDY' AWARD WINNERS 



MAY 29, 1958 



GRADE NINE 

English (college) THOMAS GALLAGHER 

English (commercial) JEAN NEEDLEMAN 

Algebra I WALLIS SMITH 

GEORGE EAST 

General Science GEORGE EAST 

World History CHARLENE THOMPSON 

Civics GERALD DIBBERN 

Business Aritlnnclic DOROTHY MULCAHY 

Junior Business JEAN NEEDLEMAN 

DOROTHY MULCAHY 

Household Arts I DIANNE KEDDY 

NANCY SPEARIN 

GRADE TEN 

English (college) EDITH LEAHY 

English (commercial) JUDI POWERS 

Plane Geometry ROBERT BENSON 

ALBERT DE FELICE 

Biology WILLIAM CRAYTON 

JEAN SHEA 

Bookkeeping 1 MAUREEN BLACK 

CAROL SULLIVAN 

Household Arts II JOAN ANDERSON 

GRADE ELEVEN 

English (college) JANET S'lEVENSON 

English (commercial) LOUISE CREIGHTON 

JEANE ITE POOLE 

Advanced Algebra JOSEPH RACHIN 

Physics JAMES TRUELSON 

United States History ANITA NORDAHL 

VRTHUR HOLBROOR 

Consumer Education ALVIN YENOF 

Typewriting I IRENE SEARS 

Slnortlutnd I EILEEN DOWD 

Bookkeeping II ROBERT.V SHIRLEY 



GRADE TAVELVE 

English (college) KENNETH KNOX 

English (commercial) ANN GULICK 

Senior Mathematics PERRY DE FELICE 

Chemistry RALPH SIMMONS 

Problems of Democracy KENNETH KNOX 

Salesmanship JOANNE SMITH 

Office Practise JUDY LA FARGE 

Shorthand II PATRICIA KEMMITT 

Typewriting II JACQUELINE TOOZE 

GRADES NINE AND TEN 

Elementary French VIRGINIA MALFA 

Elementary Auto Mechanics DAVID DURAND 

GRADES TEN AND ELEVEN 

French II ROBERTA HEMENWAY 

GRADES ELEVEN AND TWELVE 

French III FRANK ROBERTS 

Advanced Auto Mechanics WILLIAM AVEEKS 

ALL GRADES ELIGIBLE 

Music, Instrumental JUDY LA FARGE 

Music, Voice BRUCE ANDERSON 

Elementary Latin ANN TUCKER 

Advanced Latin ROBKR I BENSON 

Elementary Mechanical Drawing PAUL MILLER 

Advanced Mechanical Drawing JOSEPH HALE\ 

Elementary Freehand Drawing ROBERT BENSON 

Advanced Freehand Drawing . . . DORIS CHRISTENSEN 




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RANDOLPH AUTO PARTS CO. 





MOHODJO'S 


Janet 


Judi Edie Carol 


Mary 


Mickie Margie 


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BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS 




from 


TOWER 


HILL VARIETY STORE 


Corner 


of High and Lafayette Sts. 




Randolph 



CENTER LOUNGE INC. 

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Frank & Joe Hart 



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DEL-COR RADIO 

Television Hi-Fi Radio 

477 N. Main St. Randolph 



Compliments of 


MARK B. 


CLAFF 


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SONS, 


INC. 



BRAINTREE VI-3-2829 



CARLINO ENGINEERING 

AND 
CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. 



Felix Carlino 577 Pond Street 

President South Brcintree 



YOU CAN'T MAKE A MISTAKE 

ON ANY PURCHASE YOU MAKE 

AT -- A&P! 



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never risk a penny on any item you buy at A & P. At A & P the 
sale is never completed until you're completely satisfied. The sale 
must measure up to your every expectation — or, A&P will 
promptly refund your money — no questions asked. 

You can't make a mistake on any purchase you make at — 



A&P SUPER MARKETS 



Compliments of 



CHASE & SONS, INC 



Manufacturing Plants at 
Randolph & North Quincy, Mass. 



Manufacturers of 



CABLE INSULATING - CABLE BINDING TAPE 

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Laminated and Reinforced Insulation 



THE WARREN KAY 



VANTINE STUDIO 



INC. 



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132 Boylston Street 



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